Crowdfunding: two producers find the same reason to do it, as well as for the money by: Alex Prior
Screen Hub Wednesday 19 September, 2012
At first glance, Stand In My Shoes and The Second Coming are two projects with nothing in common. The first is a social documentary backed by philanthropic sponsorship, the second is an apocalyptic feature film with a letter of intent from Screen Australia. However both have chosen to crowd-source part of their budgets – for exactly the same reason: marketing.
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