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An A-z On Real-world Plans In Crowdfunding

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crawfordjtov: Welles used that interaction to work on a story about an author in decline. He later changed the story to focus on a filmmaker. The producers say: "Originally self-financed, Welles later turned to a mixture of financiers (German, Spanish and...

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Welles used that interaction to work on a story about an author in decline. He later changed the story to focus on a filmmaker. The producers say: "Originally self-financed, Welles later turned to a mixture of financiers (German, Spanish and Iranian) to complete the film. Things turned for the worse when a producer absconded [with] funds and the Persian revolution complicated the Iranian investors involvement. "Orson came to an eventual impasse with the Paris-based, Iranian investor. During that time potential resolutions came and went, and new financiers came and went, but Orson was never given the chance to crowdfunding fulfill his own vision of the film. Taking admittedly mediocre acting jobs in film, television and in commercials to help finance his attempts to finish the film, Orson would spend the very last years of his life battling to regain full control of The Other Side of the Wind." Legal battles continued for the three decades after Welles' death in 1985. Last year, produce

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Welles used that interaction to work on a story about an author in decline. He later changed the story to focus on a filmmaker. The producers say: "Originally self-financed, Welles later turned to a mixture of financiers (German, Spanish and Iranian) to complete the film. Things turned for the worse when a producer absconded [with] funds and the Persian revolution complicated the Iranian investors involvement. "Orson came to an eventual impasse with the Paris-based, Iranian investor. During that time potential resolutions came and went, and new financiers came and went, but Orson was never given the chance to crowdfunding fulfill his own vision of the film. Taking admittedly mediocre acting jobs in film, television and in commercials to help finance his attempts to finish the film, Orson would spend the very last years of his life battling to regain full control of The Other Side of the Wind." Legal battles continued for the three decades after Welles' death in 1985. Last year, produce

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