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Pozible is building a new tool for independent film creators to distribute their crowdfunded films.

"Screen Connect" allows you to distribute your Pozible-funded finished film straight from your crowdfunding page -- allowing supporters and fans to rent, buy or screen publicly.


In 2001, there was a fantastic series on ABC TV called Bush Mechanics. It followed a bunch of indigenous mechanics from the Walpiri community of the small town of Yuendumu in the Northern Territory, living and driving across the vast red outback and keeping their cars running in any way they could. The series has inspired a short animated film from PAW Media, the not-for-profit organisation representing the Walpiri people.


Aussie comedian Dan Ilic is on set over at Network Ten appearing on their mid-morning show Studio 10. The whole time, he's wondering how he can steer the conversation about the latest viral video or the conspiracy theories surrounding that missing plane to his latest project. You see, because he's a comedian, and has a pathological desire to make you laugh your arse off at how insane Australia is these days -- Afghanistralia as he calls it. So together with his band of merry writers, directors, videographers and web minions, he wants to make an Australian online comedy series reminiscent of The Daily Show or The Colbert Report. Welcome to A Rational Fear.


The best thing about open government is that you can apply to read stuff written between different individuals and departments. That's called a Freedom of Information request. The problem is that sometimes transparency can get expensive. Thankfully, crowdfunding exists, so now if you're interested in what Malcolm Turnbull's objectives are now that he's Communications Minister, you can help get it.


Imagine if the Day Z mod were real...you woke up in a forest-laden zombie wasteland complete with fire-hollowed buildings, limited supplies and sprinting zombies that you'd trade your last can of beans for them not to see you. All of that is about to become an intense reality with Z Day: a live-action Zombie event happening in Sydney later this year. Get your running shoes on.


One of the biggest issues surrounding the NBN is the fundamental question: "are we doing this right?". Good question, why not contribute to this crowdfunding effort to get an independent study into the National Broadband Network done.


The sounds of the night ripple through the lining of your tent. It's a cold night, but the skies are clear. Perfect conditions to spot them if they ever break through the tree line across from you. You poke your head out of the flap to scan the terrain. A twig snaps outside to your left. They're coming. You load your clip into the slot in your orange rifle, and pray that it'll be enough to hold them back.