A comedy with as romantic a backstory as its plot is crowdsourcing on Kickstarter.
Fans of the dearly departed Joss Whedon show "Dollhouse" have a real love story to latch onto now that some of the most beloved members of the cast have teamed up for a romantic comedy, directed by the helmer of the music video for "Remains."
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.
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.
The crowdsourcing site's film outreach trio talk about going beyond fundraising to forge connections that help films flourish.
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.
The cast of a canceled kids' TV show not only have to fend off bankruptcy but also the local authorities when they're suspected of murdering the network chief who canceled them in this potential web or TV series currently raising funds on Kickstarter.
Told from both perspectives, the story of two exes brought together by a delayed flight is taking off itself on Kickstarter.
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.
Like the lead of their first feature, the filmmakers behind this comedy about a History Channel bit-parter weren't content to sit on their hands and have taken to Kickstarter to find help to finish it.
After unearthing moments of urban life during a 20-year career in street photography, Cheryl Dunn will discover the history behind the medium in this documentary currently being crowdsourced on Kickstarter.
After 38 years in the making, a new documentary from a close associate of the legendary filmmaker sheds new light on his career and process.