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  1. Kickstarter Films at TIFF 2014

    If you're thinking about heading to the Toronto International Film Festival this week, you might already have a very long list of films you want to check out. Or maybe you're just putting one together now. Or maybe you're feeling really wild, and plan on rolling the dice and drifting from screen to screen, hoping to discover some gems. Well: as is increasingly common these days, there are a few Kickstarter-funded films being shown at TIFF this year, and they're all very much worth seeing, whether you already planned to or not. May we suggest one of the films below?

    Ned Rifle by Hal Hartley

    Ned Rifle is the final film in Hal Hartley's Henry Fool trilogy (the previous two films Henry Fool and Fay Grim are on Netflix if you want to catch up), which concludes Hartley's look at the lives of the Grim Family, a troubled group that lives in Woodside, Queens. There's plenty of familial strife, all of it worth watching. See when and where you can watch it right here.

    Do I Sound Gay?: A Documentary About Finding Your True Voice by David Thorpe

    Director David Thorpe set out to explore "the gay voice." Through interviews with notable figures like Dan Savage, Margaret Cho, David Sedaris, Tim Gunn, George Takei, and more, Thorpe explores the stigma around voice and how it affects perception. See when and where you can watch the film right here

    The Yes Men Are Revolting by Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno

    Part comedy, part documentary, The Yes Men are Revolting is the third film in the Yes Men trilogy, exploring how we can effect social change "at a time when corporate forces have bought and sold democracy." See when and where you can watch it right here.

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  2. The History of #1 UPDATED

    On March 3, 2015, at around 12:20 PM, Pebble, in its new form as Pebble Time took the top spot from Coolest Cooler as the most funded project in Kickstarter history (complete with a promotional Vine about the whole thing). While Pebble Time is the latest project to hold the crown, it's not the first. Fourteen projects have held the title of Kickstarter's all-time most funded project. Here they are in chronological order.

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