IDFA starts partnership with Indiegogo

Call to all filmmakers who are thinking about starting a crowdfunding campaign!
IDFA and Indiegogo have partnered to provide a fundraising and promotional platform for all IDFA selected films and (interactive) projects.


Indiegogo is the industy's leading crowdfunding platform that provides filmmakers with the ability to generate funds, increase project exposure and engage their audiences to help realize their film plans. By partnering with Indiegogo, IDFA has secured a dedicated partner page to promote all IDFA-related projects: http://www.indiegogo.com/partners/idfa. Additionally, any campaigns affiliated with our partner page will benefit from our non-profit discounted rates with Indiegogo and will be supported by IDFA’s online promotion tools.

Since 2008, Indiegogo has enabled people to launch campaigns in nearly 200 countries across the world in areas spanning creative, cause and entrepreneurial projects. For additional training information on how to get started with crowdfunding, visit http://landing.indiegogo.com/webinars/.

Check out our partner page at Indiegogo and create your campaign today!
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La Chana wins the 2016 VPRO IDFA Audience Award! Here's a video message from La Chana herself: https://t.co/vyoBBbjJPJ
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