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  • How crowdsourcing is changing the film industry
  • How crowdsourcing is changing the film industry
    Xavier Pomar (2010) ©
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How crowdsourcing is changing the film industry

A decade ago film festivals used to be make-or-break platforms for filmmakers. They were the places where you would meet producers that could fund your project. Now, thanks to crowdfunding, filmmakers only need to be armed with an idea and an internet connection.

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