Noah J Nelson on Friday, Sep. 13th
We talk a lot about indie film on The CrowdCrowd, so today we're jumping in with both feet. Joseph Beyer of the Sundance Institute's Artist Services joins host Noah Nelson along with returning special guests Emily Best of Seed & Spark, Jason Cooper of Kickstarted the Movie and CrowdCrowd regular Cindy Marie Jenkins for a discussion about the relationship between crowdfunding and film distribution.
That's just segment one.
We also tackle what the latest Ouya-related controversies mean for the practice of running matching funds promotions alongside crowdfunding campaigns. Plus, as always, we have our #LatteFund picks for you.
Show Notes after the jump.
Hey! Check out last week's episode with the makers of Indie Game: The Movie!.
Segment One: Film Distribution
Highlights from the Sundance NextWeekend panel on film distribution. -A Total Disruption.
Segment Two: Ouya and Matching Funds
Ouya Game Promotion Stirs Up Storm of Suspicion – Turnstyle
The People's Opera: New York City Opera's 2013-2014 Season– Kickstarter Project
Each week the panel makes selections for crowdfunding projects that are worthy of your attention, and at least five bucks. The price of a really, really good latte in LA.
Cindy- Operation LemonHeadMeter
Jason- Set Chopin Free
Emily- Eveningstar Cinema
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