Crowdfunding to Build Independence
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Crowdfunding to Build Independence

Crowdfunding to Build Independence

November 29th (Tuesday) 7:00-9:00pm

Free and open to all!

Join us for this special workshop presented by Seed & Spark.


Crowdfunding to Build Independence

Crowdfunding to Build Independence is workshop designed to help you leverage the tools for great crowdfunding to build a direct relationship with your audience that will last your entire career.

The only proven path to independence as an artist is a direct connection to your audience. Crowdfunding has become a fundamental piece of most financing plans for independent film. But most filmmakers miss the opportunity to leverage the power of crowdfunding for one film into an audience-building opportunity that can last an entire career  and provide the groundwork for effective distribution. In order to leverage this opportunity, it requires a new way of coming to work, and thats what youll learn here.

Weve taught this class at over 100 film festivals, schools and organizations around the country, and gathered learning from the thousands of filmmakers weve met and hundreds of campaigns weve supported. Fun Fact: Filmmakers who have attended these classes have a Seed&Spark crowdfunding campaign success rate of 100%!

JULIE KECK

Julie Keck takes care of media and communication strategy at Seed&Spark. She joined the team with 10 years of filmmaking and 5 of crowdfunding under her belt. Julie has run or consulted on crowdfunding projects that have raised over $300k total, and shes spoken about social media for creatives, sustainable filmmaking, and audience engagement at SXSW, the University of Notre Dame, the Chicago International Film Festival, and more. Julie is also co-author of Social Media Charm School, a social media guide for filmmakers, available now for free on the Seed&Spark site. Play with her on Twitter as @KingIsAFink

LINDY BOUSTEDT

Lindy Boustedt is an awardwinning filmmaker and coowner of First Sight Productions, where she writes, edits, directs and produces narrative features and shorts with her husband Kris. Lindy has produced dozens of films, including three features, and created media for nonprofit fundraisers and corporate promotions. Most recently she was project manager for Seattle Universitys Film & Family Homelessness Project, funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which produced American Refugees, four short animated films about family homelessness in Washington state.

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1515 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
United States


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