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Waiting For “Superman” | Pledge Now

The film Waiting For “Superman”, by the same filmmaker who made The Inconvenient Truth, is a great example of an indie documentary that has well targeted itself towards an audience outside of the ‘film vertical’. The topic of the film is the decline in the American public education system, and Waiting For Superman has made [...]

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Crowdfunding The Tunnel One Dollar at a Time

The Tunnel is a low budget Australian project in the midst of pre-selling film frames to raise the $135,000 cash budget, with plans to release the film for free online via file sharing later this year. It’s exciting to see this happening on my home turf, and interesting to hear in person the reasoning behind [...]

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Battle of Long Tan – Case Study

Battle of Long Tan – Case Study

Recently I attended a multi platform seminar at AFTRS where speakers shared their experiences. Martin Walsh of Red Dune Films had a very interesting approach to getting his film up. Many years ago Martin decided he wanted to make a feature film about the Battle of Long Tan, but realised there was a key obstacle: [...]

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