Friday, April 18, 2008

IndieGoGo is an online social marketplace connecting filmmakers and fans to make independent film happen

What Company is Offering:
IndieGoGo - the social marketplace where filmmakers and fans connect to make independent film happen.

Filmmakers can raise money and awareness, find cast and crew, and gain credibility through the help of their number one resource, the fans.

Fans get the opportunity to discover and impact the films of tomorrow, while getting insider access and VIP perks for their contributions.

How It Works:

IndieGoGo is an online social marketplace connecting filmmakers and fans to make independent film happen. The platform provides filmmakers the tools for project funding, recruiting, and promotion, while enabling their audience to discover and connect directly with filmmakers and the causes they support.

Anyone can use IndieGoGo. Whether you're a filmmaker trying to get your project started or finished, or a fan eager for more personally relevant and interesting films, IndieGoGo is where both can take action and influence what projects are brought to life.

More at:http://www.indiegogo.com/

1 comment:

Jay said...

Hello...my name is Jay Schwartz and I am the Founder and President of IndieShares™, a new independent film company based in Seattle, WA. IndieShares is on the verge of igniting an independent film revolution by giving the audience a say in what movies are made and, for the first time in history, an opportunity to own a piece of the action. Given the other film related comments on your blog, I thought your readers would be interested in our launch.

IndieShares receives thousands of scripts online, which then move through its rigorous and proprietary review process. Scripts with the highest IndieScores™ are optioned and then voted on by the public.

Right now, at www.indieshares.com, movie fans can watch three video pitches and cast their vote for free. When voting concludes, the winning script will be made into a securities offering. The general public will then have the opportunity to invest as little as $10 per share in the winning screenplay. In the future, IndieShares plans to have multiple voting events and investment opportunities available simultaneously.

Please take a look at our website and if you find IndieShares interesting, we would appreciate you linking to our website or blog at indieshares.com or indieshares.com/blog. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly at jay@indieshares.com.

Thank you,

Jay Schwartz

President|IndieShares ™
2311 N 45th Street, Suite 310
Seattle, WA 98103
jay@indieshares.com

Your Money. Your Movie. ™