Seed and Spark is an one-stop shop where filmmakers can crowdfund, distribute, and interact with their audience and the broader independent film community.

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We’re the most unlikely group of filmmakers, the lot of us. We started Seed&Spark because we want to make films but we wanted a healthier environment in which to make them. We believe that the art of storytelling is about expanding imagination, shining a light on the world inside and deepening empathy for the world outside. In the current political and economic climate where many consider the arts a luxury, we believe artists are responsible for teaching their audiences why they are essential.

Films are not just art, they are business ventures. They require the seed of an idea and the sparks of human and capital investments to bring them to life. Yet the film business has grown removed from what it really is: playing make believe. That’s something we all know how to do. And that make believe we played as children was essential to our development: brains are firing on the most cylinders when the imagination is stimulated.

It’s often how we first learn to play with others. It’s creative, inclusive, expansive, and playful. We want Seed&Spark to be a platform that reflects this spirit, expanding the space for more, different kinds of stories to be told. With an audience’s early support, a storyteller is emboldened to take greater risks. With the storyteller’s passion, the audience is enticed to become included in the process.

Together, they create an independent ecosystem for truly independent film!

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Bottom Line:

Seed&Spark is both a “studio” that uses a wedding-registry type “WishList” model for crowdfunding and physical donations, as well as an online “cinema”/distribution service.

Revenue Split:

80/20

Cost:

Seed&Spark takes 5% of successful campaigns, and there is no additional fee for payment processing.

Average Daily Visitors:

885

Ownership:

No

Exclusivity:

No

Partner Distributors/Devices:

n/a