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All data on crowdfunding is from publicly available sources, collected and compiled for years 2016 -- 2018. Sources include: Crowdfund Capital Advisors Report to the SEC  •  Kickstarter Success Data  •  Microventures: Key Findings •  A New World of Fundraising •  Best Practices • and many others.

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It's almost impossible to get financing at AFM now.

The old way of financing films through pre-sales and advances from distributors doesn't work very well anymore. Producers need to have their own deep pockets, or have big stars attached to get traction at AFM.

But there is hope. A new law in the U.S. is changing the face of indie film finance. Filmmakers are successfully using it to raise millions. It's called: 

Equity Crowdfunding.

No, this isn't Kickstarter! Equity Crowdfunding allows you to pitch to a world of investors outside of Hollywood, many of whom are eager to invest in movies. 

Unlike traditional crowdfunding methods that rely on donations from friends and family, Equity Crowdfunding allows people from around the world to invest in your project, and join in your success. 

Click here to learn more, and see how Equity Crowdfunding can help you make your next movie. You’ll learn all you need to know about Equity Crowdfunding at this one-time-only event on November 16.