Though the legendary hotel couldn't be saved, a filmmaker is doing what he can to keep its memory alive.
Plans are afoot to tell a lo-fi, high-energy story of a young man attempting to take control of his future during a summer spent back home in the Chicago suburb of Elmhurst.
Intended to be filmed before the Greta Gerwig comedy "The Dish and the Spoon," Alison Bagnall is turning to the crowd to help fund a longtime passion project about the love triangle that forms between a fiery female animal activist and two men falling out of touch with the world.
With the digital era hitting independent theaters particularly hard, it's time to give back to these theaters that have given us so much entertainment.
Four photojournalists reshaping their country's image is the subject of an exciting film crowdsourcing on Kickstarter.
Kickstart This! Gabe Klinger’s Filmmaker Portrait “Cinéma, de notre temps: James Benning & Richard Linklater”
Two maverick filmmakers are brought together for one special documentary about their 25-year friendship in the directorial debut of a respected film scholar who needs a little help from the crowd.
A filmmaker's search for inspiration leads to wonderful resource that can be used by all.
Five of this year's festival's most promising films, from the archival doc "Our Nixon" to the wondrous "Swim Little Fish Swim," have launched crowdsourcing campaigns to help them get to Austin.
The director of festival favorites "Surrogate Valentine" and "White on Rice" takes a surprise turn with a Bay Area-set noir.
After showing two sides to the story of controversial activist-turned-informant Brandon Darby, the director of "Informant" chronicles the lives of three men who have become private investigators after proving their own innocence to get out of prison.
The "Machete" badass is coming after you...but it's for the promising second feature from the writer/director of the instant cult classic "Modus Operandi."
Kickstart This! Genevieve Adams & Jon Goracy’s Quarterlife Crisis Comedy “I’m Obsessed With You (But You’ve Got to Leave Me Alone)”
Can improv performers live by the rules of their art in their life? Naturally, the answer has been an evolution as an adaptation of a stage play is looking for a little help from the crowd to make it to the big screen.