Slated is the leading online film finance marketplace, supplying the exploding global demand for great content. Our analytics, packaging tools and high quality dealflow, empower filmmakers, talent, financiers and distributors to make great movies.

Since launching in 2012, over 1,400 listed films have received over $1.4 billion in investor introductions, and nearly 250 movies have been released, including 47 theatrical releases that have grossed $153M in worldwide box office. And in the past few years over half of the Sundance Film Festival selections and Oscar nominated films were made by Slated members in producing, directing, and writing roles.

With a vibrant community of over 50,000 producers, writers, directors, actors, investors, sales agents, and distributors, Slated has successfully helped finance or package films such as SUPER TROOPERS 2 released by Fox Searchlight; ANON released by Netflix and starring Amanda Seyfried and Clive Owen; CRUISE released by Vertical Pictures and starring Emily Ratajkowski and Spencer Boldman; AT FIRST LIGHT released by eOne and starring Stefanie Scott and Théodore Pellerin; DEEP MURDER to be released by Screen Media and starring Chris Redd, Katie Aselton and Jerry O’Connell; and GOD BLESS THE BROKEN ROAD released by Freestyle and starring Lindsay Pulsipher and Andrew W. Walker. Films in post include BECOMING starring Toby Kebbell and Penelope Mitchell, WHAT BREAKS THE ICE starring Sofia Hublitz, plus four more titles slated to shoot this summer.

Other films listed on Slated include; the Ben Lewin-directed THE CATCHER WAS A SPY released by IFC and starring Paul Rudd and Paul Giamatti; OPHELIA starring Daisy Ridley and Naomi Watts and released by IFC; the Oscar-nominated animated film LOVING VINCENT starring Saoirse Ronan and Douglas Booth; MAPPLETHORPE starring Matt Smith; and THE PUBLIC, a drama directed and written by Emilio Estevez and starring Alec Baldwin, Jena Malone, and Christian Slater.

You can view more on Slated's success stories here.

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