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New company aims to help indie filmmakers

ParkRecord.com | By Alexandria Gonzalez | Posted July 11, 2014, 4:26 p.m. Park City has been home to the Sundance Film Festival for 36 years, helping independent filmmakers showcase their films and hopefully find distribution. In an increasingly digital era, these filmmakers have begun using "crowd funding" websites, like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo, to raise the money needed to distribute their films. Edward Panos, a new Parkite, and his niece, Stephanie Panos, have co-founded a site, Indie Film Funding, to compete with them. Panos is a venture capitalist by trade and moved to Park City from Columbus, Ohio last year. He said he spoke to his cousin, a resident of Park City, told him 6,600 film

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