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RIDM turns to Indiegogo to finance youth screenings

The Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) is looking for CAD$10,000 to be raised via the crowdfunding campaign to back a second year of film screenings for young audiences.
December 14, 2012

The Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) has turned to Indiegogo to fund screenings for young audiences.

The crowdfunding campaign, to run to March 1 2013, will help underwrite screenings that started last year, and aim to introduce documentary cinema via special screenings in Montreal. In all, RIDM is looking for CAD$10,000, and any amount is sought from Indiegogo donors.

Quebec’s only film festival dedicated to documentaries will hold its 2013 edition in November.

 

Photo via RIDM

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