One of the '70s great cult bands could finally get their due with a little help from the crowd.
With more than a movie on their hands, the filmmakers behind the revelatory new documentary about the harsh reality of the modeling business are hoping to raise funds to raise awareness.
Ahead of its time when it was first released, this nonfiction character study of an African-American hustler who slowly loses his inhibitions as the camera rolls to reveal what he really thinks during the 1960s hopes to be a beneficiary of a pioneering crowdsourcing effort.
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.
Inspired by the true story of a young autistic boy who spent 11 days navigating the New York subway system, the sophomore feature from the director of "Wah Do Dem" will tell a unique coming-of-age story.
A crucial chapter in the transformative era in indie cinema needs a little help from the crowd to finally be written.
Inspired by his two leads to turn around a script in record time, the director behind this feverishly-paced comedy is turning to the crowd for help to keep up the momentum.
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.
Even if you're tired of this year's wall-to-wall election coverage, the new film by director of Kurt Cobain About a Son promises a fresh perspective on the early days of the race.
After years of making other filmmakers look good with his coverage of Sundance and the New York Film Festival, the filmmaker who made a splash with the short "Idiot With a Tripod" is looking to rewrite the language of cinema with his sci-fi feature debut.
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.
A filmmaker's search for inspiration leads to wonderful resource that can be used by all.