Fresh off the festival success of the Los Angeles love story "Luke and Brie Are on a First Date," director Chad Hartigan is heading to Reno for the story of a middle-aged man looking for a new social circle in this crowdsourced project that needs your help.
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.
The director of festival favorites "Surrogate Valentine" and "White on Rice" takes a surprise turn with a Bay Area-set noir.
A filmmaker tracks a tribal leader's search for a younger successor in modern times in this documentary currently raising funds on Kickstarter.
A crucial chapter in the transformative era in indie cinema needs a little help from the crowd to finally be written.
The producer of "Rushmore" and "Bridesmaids" is turning to crowdsourcing for his latest film, a passion project adapted from the 2009 Belle & Sebastian album of the same name about a young woman who finds kindred spirits in a hospital.
Told from both perspectives, the story of two exes brought together by a delayed flight is taking off itself on Kickstarter.
After being inspired by an imposter, a first-time director looks for truth in this thriller raising funds on Kickstarter.
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.
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.
On thinking outside the box to complete her trilogy of claustrophobic female-led horror films.
With their actors investing a consierable amount of time and personal experience, Chicago filmmakers hope to finally see characters they can relate to on the big screen.