Crowd-Funding A Film: David Lynch Asks Fans To Pay For His Movie

Crowd-Funding A Film: David Lynch Asks Fans To Pay For His Movie

In return for helping to fund the project, fans receive personalized merchandise, and get to offer their input on the film's script.

Naresh Kumar
  • 14 july 2010

David Lynch, the director of films like Eraserhead and Mulholland Drive, has turned to his fans to help fund his new movie. Lynch is asking fans to donate $50 to finance the film in return for an original print of his self-portrait. The film, Lynch Three, will be a documentary about his life and work and the fans who donate will also get a chance to offer input on the film’s content.

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