Posts Tagged The Cosmonaut

Another chance to invest in The Cosmonaut

July 24, 2010
By Paul Pritchard

Ive been following the progress of The Cosmonaut for a while now, not just because the film itself sounds interesting but also because the film-makers are making a serious stab at making a open-content crowd-funded business model work. The film is set in a 1973 where the first Russian cosmonaut on the Moon is...
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Update on The Cosmonaut

April 20, 2010
By Paul Pritchard

I first mentioned The Cosmonaut almost a year ago. The film, which is being produced by the Spain based Riot Collective brings together a number of ideas that have been floating around the independent film community over the last few years. It is a crowd funded, collaborative film and it will be released...
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The Cosmonaut

April 20, 2010
By Paul Pritchard

What if you got back home… and there was nobody there? In 1973, the first Russian cosmonaut on the Moon is unable to make his way back and is declared missing in Space. However, through ghostly radio messages, he claims to have come back to Earth and found it empty, not a living soul. His...
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The Cosmonaut and Collaborative Film Making

May 31, 2009
By Paul Pritchard

The idea of collaborative film-making – bringing together internet communities to make and release films – is one that is steadily gaining traction. The people behind Iron Sky are probably the most high-profile proponents of this approach and their Wreck A Movie platform allows people to build communities around film productions in order...
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