The new art of movie financing

 

The credits at the end of a movie generally roll for a few minutes. If “Dardentor” gets made, they could take as long as a half-hour.

That is because tens of thousands of people will have been responsible for bankrolling the movie, the project of three British teenagers who are championing a novel approach to film financing. On the Web site buyacredit.com, people can purchase the right to have their name added to the list of credits, for a minimum of one pound.

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Film Business, Filmmaking


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