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Greenlit launched in 2019 with a mission – to be the very best place to crowdfund a creative project.
Making a film, a game, a play, an album is hard. And the big crowdfunding platforms offer little help – great work gets lost among the hundreds of gadgets and products. Greenlit only deals with creative work and people, and they want your project to succeed. Their philosophy is that it’s not about simply collecting money – it’s about building a community of supporters who want your project to succeed.
Greenlit helps with personalised support, training and advice for your project, to help creatives build their skills and confidence to take their work into the world. Greenlit’s seasoned team of creative professionals share their industry knowledge to help guide projects toward success.
TweetFest isn’t like any other festival. And it all started with a little networking event that happened monthly with filmmakers called The UK Actors Tweetup. More than a decade later, The UK Actors Tweetup continues to be the UK contingent of a cross-Atlantic organisation with bases in LA, NY, and the UK. In the UK, Tweetups have been going since 2010 and have an audience of 1000’s on social media and email. And TweetFest has been delighting live audiences in London since 2015.
Every year TweetFest's VIP jury of amazing people has differed, with the panellists including the likes of casting directors Gemma Sykes and Shakyra Dowling, award-winning television and feature directors Laura Smith and Jesse Quinones, Emilie Wren who produced the London Film Festival, and John Byrne who writes for The Stage, amongst so many others, judging our finalist’s work. TweetFest have had award-winning directors Blaine Brothers (Nina Forever), Hat Trick Productions Development team, Casting Director Manuel Puro at Puro Casting (Moon, The Machine), award-winning director Simon Blake (Still), BAFTA nominated producer Alex Moody (Alan Carr, Argumental, BAFTA-nominated Funny Valentines), Producer Jessie Mangum from Goalpost and Variety Magazine International Director Alberto Lopez, plus more. TweetFest galas have taken place at Hackney Picturehouse, the ArtHouse Cinema and the Hen and Chickens Theatre, some truly magnificent venues to showcase the industry’s finest in short filmmaking.
TweetFest is also proud to be an official film festival on IMDb.
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