Currently raising funds on United States Artists, this adaptation of the "Moonstruck" and "Doubt" writer's favorite one-act play already has a long story behind it.
After being hoodwinked over some rental equipment, a New York-based programming director and one of the filmmakers behind the 2008 doc "Bi the Way" have teamed up for globetrotting adventure detailing the exploits of a charming con artist.
Two graduates of David Mamet's Atlantic Theater Company Acting School return to their home state of Oklahoma for this sundappled love story between an aspiring photographer and a hard-drinking socialite both looking for a way forward.
On the coming-of-age drama about a teen who finds solace from a broken family in investigating global warming.
The director behind the new film about a twentysomething adrift in New York who passes the time by seducing women talks about his path to making films, why he's no good at titles, and how Kickstarter proved to be valuable in getting the word out about his movie.
A tale of isolation and overcoming fear, this drama from the promising young directing duo behind the festival hit "Amy George" aims to transcend genres with the story of a romance between a chronically ill woman and a creature from the sea.
Louis Ortiz may reflect the president physically, but his story reflects the struggles of the American people during tough times and a new film raising funds on Kickstarter is chronicling his still-evolving journey.
After filming in five countries, this drama about two brothers who reunite to honor their father's dying wish has already come a long way, but it needs just a little more support to go the distance.
Two documentary photographers (and music fans) capture the unlikely revival of the audio tape with their new documentary currently raising funds on Kickstarter.
Bringing new meaning to term sexual liberation, the director of the 2005 festival fave "Room" oversees a quartet of short stories that aims to portray sex as it hasn't been seen before in the cinema, but how it is in real life.
After helming the kids' hits "Little Manhattan" and "Nim's Island" for studios, the writing/directing husband-and-wife team grow up in the Internet age with this modern look at love from the male perspective that will be their indie film debut.
After leading the charge to save 35mm film for revival cinemas, the much loved hostess of the L.A. cinema landmark is preserving its history with an exciting new documentary.