Category: Do the Right Funding

AE’s Do the Right Funding: May 2016

For May, we’re bringing back our Do the Right Funding series to highlight a few film projects that we feel deserve support. This month’s selections include a narrative short, a feature length documentary, and an ambitious adaptation of a fan favorite writer. Project One: A Juliet, A Margot Format: Short Film Goal: £1,250 GBP Who Are They: Writer/Director Scout Stuart and Producer Sophie Broadgate are filmmakers who met while at Manchester School of Art. The former has made several celebrated short films and was paired with Director Hong Khaou as part of BFI Flare Mentorship Scheme and the latter’s work can be...

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AE’s Do the Right Funding: March 2016

For the month of March 2016, we at AE are highlighting a few new independent projects, and we think you may want to consider showing your support to these grassroots filmmakers the world over. So without further ado, here are our handpicked selections of crowd funded productions. Project One: Josh’s Journal, the movie  Format: Feature Film Goal: $15,000 Who Are They: Based on the popular web series created and directed by stop-motion animator Josh Abrams, Josh’s Journal, the movie will be a feature film based on the life, times, and struggles of said auteur in felt caricature in real life, only the...

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AE’S Do The Right Funding: February 2016

On any given day, thousands of filmmakers are trying to scrape together the funds to make their dreams come to life, and that dream is to be able to create a film and distribute it to us, the eager viewers. We’d like to take the opportunity each month to highlight some of our favorite projects that are seeking support in order to help them gain the exposure and awareness they deserve to achieve their dream and create a project for us to enjoy. Here are this month’s handpicked selections. Project One: “Deiter and Bert: Heal Thy Dumbness” Format: Series Goal: $9,400...

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AE’s Do the Right Funding: December 2015

If you are a regular reader of Audiences Everywhere and you happen to celebrate Christmas, there’s a good chance that you expect to find lots of movies and movie-based gifts stuffed in your stocking and under your tree. And you’ll just as likely be overcome with joy to receive these presents, right? Well, let’s not let the giving spirit die before the new year. If you also happened to receive a few cash gifts, or if you happen to have a few dollars left over after the holidays, you might consider extending generosity of your own within the film world....

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