As you already know from reading my blogs, there are four main ways to secure funding for an independent film: self, equity, debt, and crowdfunding.
As I've written in the past, sites like Indiegogo and Kickstarter can be useful for obtaining financing, but their real potential lies in.
Is the ‘traditional investment model’ the right way to finance an indie film?
Film financing is one of the most arduous challenges of independent filmmaking.
Is crowdfunding just for small producers, or is there room for stars like Zach Braff and their multimillion dollar campaigns?
Let's say you're an independent filmmaker. Whether your film is still an idea, a high-concept premise, or a finished script, at some point.