#84 How to Fund Your Favorite Film Project, with Shane Anderson Principal Director/ ProducerJul 04, 2022
Shane Anderson, the director, and producer of Swiftwater Films joins Sybil. Shane discusses his experience finding environmental films and the kinds of questions donors should ask before supporting a project so that they don’t leave money on the table.
Shane’s motivation to make movies that also make a difference in the world.
Why funders should be excited to fund films provided they ask the right questions first.
The concrete steps a donor should take before funding a movie project.
Links referenced in this podcast:
Guardians of the River Short:
Chehalis: A Watershed Moment
Run Wild Run Free: 50 Years of Wild and Scenic Rivers
A Rivers Last Chance:
Wild Reverence (first film)
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- #12 Be Inspired to Support the Grassroots with Pam Fujita-Yuhas and Zoe Rothchild, Foundation Directors, NW Fund for the Environment
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