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SHOW ME THE MONEY: TWO INDIE SHORT FILMS WE THINK YOU SHOULD FUND

Let's face it, filmmaking is expensive, no matter how big or small a project may be. We believe in supporting indie filmmakers, and this week, we've found two projects we're excited about! So, if you've got some loose change, or if you can skip a couple of orange mocha frappuccinos, throw a few bucks to their funding campaigns. Can't stretch your dollars this month? We get it. Give their campaigns a follow -- seriously, it helps! -- and share them with your networks. Let's bring these funding campaigns over the line together!

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Red Paint 

Filmmaker: Amy Eve

Country: United Kingdom

Red Paint is an upcoming horror film that truly toys with your emotions. It gives a fluctuating sense of security throughout, a roller coaster of tension and unease. Here, we follow Mitzi, a charming young artist, with a close relationship to her elderly neighbour, Marjorie. Their world is picture-perfect. Everything is bright and beautiful -- until Marjorie notices a red stain on Mitzi's blouse.

Support RED PAINT's Kickstarter Campaign here.

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Faithful 

Filmmaker: Fraser Coull

Country: United Kingdom

Faithful is a dark Scottish fairytale that follows Vaila, a brave 13-year-old girl who ventures into the scary woods in the Outer Hebrides to find the mythical Cù-Sìth, a fairy dog that can open a portal to the Fairy World. Vaila hopes to find the dog so that she can right a wrong from her past and bring her family back together.

Support FAITHFUL's Indiegogo Campaign here.

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