Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady were two of the winners for nonfiction filmmaking at the Cinema Eye Honors awards ceremony.
Thanks to websites like Kickstarter, a number of small online donations made by a network of interested parties can fund a new project or start-up. Some believe that this system of crowdfunding can be used for equity investments in addition to donations, Cornwall writes.
The team behind Ouya, an open-source video game console, has raised an astonishing $8.5 million. Completed consoles are expected in March.
Teach Twice's title echoes its dual purposes: Provide parents with great stories to read to children, and provide financial aid to schools and students in developing countries.
The newly-approved JOBS Act broadens the pool of people who can invest in small businesses and offers an exciting new avenue for raising money for start-ups, by harnessing the power of the crowdfunding movement.
It doesn't have to cost much, but a successful side business does take up a lot of time. Before launching, make sure you're willing to make that commitment.
The Awesome Foundation is a loose collection of some three-dozen local groups usually made up of 10 volunteers each, who offer $100 a month toward a simple, no-strings-attached grant, or Awesome Fellowship.
Documentary film by Erik Prouix highlights the resilience of Detroit while paying for itself through a Buy-A-Frame offer