Crowdfunding Success Stories from Filmmakers





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Published on Feb 5, 2015

The Good. The Bad. And the Funded. Four Memphis filmmakers share the secrets to their crowdfunding success at Shoot & Splice, a monthly Filmmaker form hosted by Crosstown Arts and Indie Memphis.

Panelists include Joann Self Selvidge and Sara Kaye Larson, the filmmakers behind The Keepers; Melissa Sweazy, director of The Department of Signs and Magical Intervention; an Dan Baker from Timid Monster.

Thank you to Crosstown Arts and Indie Memphis for organizing and hosting Shoot & Splice.

Special thanks to Kent Hamson, Jamie Hall, and Jeff Yarbrough for their help shooting the workshop.


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