Many filmmakers and creative types are using the internet to raise funds for their passion projects. But not all of them may be worth the donation. Here are some of the ones where the crowd-sourcing wasn’t that crowded:
Documentary: "The Man Who Would Be Stooge: The Emil Sitka Story."
Webseries Proposal: “Diary of an Agoraphobic”
Product Idea: silent Rice Crispies cereal.
Documentary Pitch: “The Great Battles of the Civil War Reenactments.”
Project Proposal: Develop new names for boys and girls.
Research Project: “How Cool is Hitchhiking?”
Documentary Pitch: “The Kardashians; Behind the Scenes.”
Project Proposal: “Buy More Stuff so I can get on ‘Hoarders.’”
Book Proposal: “Reader’s Digest Version of the Internet.”
Documentary: “Stewing: The History of Stew.”
Film Idea: “Where Were You When My Movie Was Shot?”
Product Proposal: Lunar Panels to create electricity from moonlight.
Project Idea: “I Want to get A Pizza” (turns out it’s just a hungry dude)
Book Proposal: “A Guide to the Best of Cat Videos”
Product Idea: Microwave toaster
One Man Show Concept: “Holy Mackerel! Look at this Electric Bill!”
Documentary Pitch: “Morgan Spurlock; Is Sticking my Finger in an Electric Outlet Bad? Let’s find out!”
Proposed Threat: “That’s a nice computer. It would be a shame if something happened to it, so just give me the money.”
Project Idea: “Tom Cruise Wife Quest”