By lance weiler, February 12th, 2007

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Today’s guest is Stu Pollard. Stu is a filmmaker and a fundraising specialist. Besides raising funds for his own movies, Stu has helped to secure over 7 million dollars in private equity for a number of films. He recently started a company called Pollard Film to help guide filmmakers through the fundraising process. In our discussion, Stu sheds light on what goes into a business plan, how to find the right investor for your project and how to build the best package to help get your film funded.

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Stu Pollard and Stacy Keach on the set of Stu’s film Keep Your Distance

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lance weiler is the founder of the WorkBook Project and also a story architect of film, tv and games. He's written and directed two feature films THE LAST BROADCAST and HEAD TRAUMA. He's currently developing a number of transmedia projects

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  • A wonderful interview -- and I continually hear about Kickstarter in all sorts of various circles now... from the New York Times article to someone I just met at a sandwich shop last week who successfully funded his project. Many thanks Lance and Yancey for shedding light on what I consider to be a great website.

  • Really awesome interview - I'm a pretty big fan of the team at Kickstarter. They are building a very special site.

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