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Makers of movies and TV get boost from accelerator

By Mike Gordon

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 29, 2014

~~<p>Five film and TV projects conceived in Hawaii each received $50,000 in seed money this month, including some from the state, as part of a new program to accelerate the development of creative ideas.</p>
<p>The projects &mdash; two reality TV series, two feature films and a 3-D IMAX documentary about volcanoes &mdash; are part of the Global Virtual Studio Transmedia Accelerator, located in Kona.</p>
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Five film and TV projects conceived in Hawaii each received $50,000 in seed money this month, including some from the state, as part of a new program to accelerate the development of creative ideas.

The projects — two reality TV series, two feature films and a 3-D IMAX documentary about volcanoes — are part of the Global Virtual Studio Transmedia Accelerator, located in Kona. Login for more...



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