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Indie movie trailer: Software Wars

Posted on Sunday, December 16th, 2012 in open source, software, Videos by the machinegeek


Kaspar sent in a link to this video trailer for the indie film Software Wars. Its stated focus is “about how free software will save you thousands of dollars and lead to a better world.” They report having conducted many hours of interviews thusfar, with a goal of producing a 90 minute movie in the next 4-5 months.

The movie is being developed by Indiegogo using a Flexible Funding campaign. (Think “Kickstarter for indie films.”) You can find a complete explanation of their approach and progress updates on their site.

Via the contact form.

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