Kickstarter brings hundreds of its funded films to iTunes

Kickstarter brings hundreds of its funded films to iTunes

Kickstarter today launched a new room on iTunes, featuring “hundreds” of films that have launched thanks to the crowdfunding service. Some notable Kickstarter-funded films in the room include Veronica Mars, Gimme the Loot, Indie Game: The Movie, Putty Hill, Trash Dance, and Buzkashi Boys.

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Kickstarter took the opportunity to remind everyone that $200 million has been pledged to film and video projects on the service since 2009. Getting these features, shorts, documentaries, Web series, and all other types of films on iTunes is a big move. Next up, Netflix?

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