A novel crowdsourced funding model is being used to raise money for the film "Lemonade: Detroit."

Last month, PSFK wrote about Lemonade: Detroit, a film that will tell the stories of the innovators who are trying to rebuild the Michigan city. The folks behind the film are actively looking for funds to produce it, and have devised a novel way to attract sponsors. Instead of asking for heavy investments, they are inviting people to purchase individual frames of the film for just $1/apiece and become IMDB-credited producers in the process. Prospective investors can also buy per second or per minute segments.

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