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Simon Cox | Kaleidoscope Man

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Simon Cox has worked in the UK TV and Film industry for over 20 years for the BBC, Channel four and five as well as directing a feature film of his own and is now attempting to make Independent film history by writing and directing a full-on sci-fi thriller – Kaleidoscope Man.

Simon is currently shooting his Sci-Fi feature film “Kaleidoscope Man” whilst simultaneously crowd funding the shoot on the pioneer crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. Continue reading “Simon Cox | Kaleidoscope Man”

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5 Psychological horror thrillers that could have been low budget

I love a good slasher horror, preferably one that grosses me out, makes me jump and has grown adults hopping the gap under the bed (don’t lie, we all did that after paranormal activity) and as any horror fan knows, low-budgets can often bring out the best in film-makers. Psychological horrors and thrillers though tend to demand bigger budgets than a lot of horrors, probably since they tend to be seen as slightly more highbrow. Is it necessary?

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The thing about psychological horror is that it gets into our heads Continue reading “5 Psychological horror thrillers that could have been low budget”

Crowd Funding for Film Makers by John T Trigonis

 

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Crowd Funding for Film Makers by John T. Trigonis is the best first port of call if your thinking of running a crowd funding campaign.

Read it at least 4 months before you plan to start.

If you can’t do what’s recommended before you start the campaign, delay it until you can.

Good luck.

John’s crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo, “Cerise“.

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Former National Spelling Bee champ is haunted by the word that took him down.

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