Article via Communitech News – The orange flame of a cigarette lighter heats up the bottom of a spoon. A woman draws the liquid into a syringe, injects it into her scar-covered arm and her world begins to spin as the drug takes hold.
But the dose is too much to handle and she stumbles out of her house and onto the sidewalk before collapsing. The scene cuts to black and the opening credits roll. So begins the film Blood Hunters — an independent horror movie with some unconventional financial support.
Nearly a quarter of the film’s approximately $500,000 budget came courtesy of about 15 different angel investors, including 10 from the Golden Triangle Angel Network (GTAN), a group better known for its backing of the technology or manufacturing sector than the film industry.
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