All Press Releases for October 31, 2016

Hollywood Horror Specialist Launch $50 Million Horror Fund

Daniel Myrick, Shintaro Shimosawa, Randy Greenberg And Indie Crowd Funder Launch Reg A+ Idea

The Raven Fund will build a loyal fan base that is invested in the success of its movies and hopefully help pack theaters around the world.

    LOS ANGELES, CA, October 31, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Indie Crowd Funder, in conjunction with Daniel Myrick, (DGA/WGA) Director, Writer, Producer (The Blair Witch Project); Shintaro Shimosawa, (DGA) Director, Writer, Producer (The Grudge, The Grudge 2); Randy Greenberg, Executive Producer (Cowboys & Aliens, Meg); and Autumn Bailey-Ford (PGA) announce the launch of a new film, television, new media and virtual reality fund, titled "Raven Fund I". The umbrella fund is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and is formed to develop, produce, invest in, distribute, manage, and structure a diversified portfolio of horror genre entertainment investments between $1 and $5 million dollars.

"We're very excited about this fund and its participants; each of which have raised millions, or produced horror projects that have grossed hundreds of millions of dollars worldwide," says Gregory Parker, Indie Crowd Funder's Co-Founder and CEO of Raven Fund. "Now we are looking to replicate that success and allow the general public to partake."

Formed using SEC Regulation A+ private equity exemption, for $50 million dollars, the initial rollout of the fund includes diversification through debt and equity assets, but the fund also plans to offer investors a clear exit strategy by listing an "Over-the-Counter secondary market" as soon as feasible after closing.

"As an indie producer, I can ell you the Raven Fund I is a different look on the old film funds," said Autumn Bailey-Ford, Producers Guild of America Producer. "The exit strategy is great for investor liquidity, and I am excited to be a part."

Raven recently submitted paperwork to the SEC for approval, and now has a Title IV 'Indication of Interest' posted on, which has generated over $2.5 million in fan interest in a short two days. "The power of the horror genre 'fan base' can be leveraged," says Daniel Myrick, Director, Writer, Producer (The Blair Witch Project). "The Raven Fund will build a loyal fan base that is invested in the success of its movies and hopefully help pack theaters around the world."

The fund will seek to position itself as a creative hub for horror professionals and create unique and engaging experiences for consumers. "We are not only planning feature films and television series, but also innovative things like Facebook Live and virtual reality horror content," says Chris Parker, Indie Crowd Funder's Co-Founder and the architect of Raven Fund. "The horror genre is adding new ways of consumption, like augmented reality and instant viewing. We plan to be at the forefront."

Indie Crowd Funder is an entertainment industry equity crowdfunding platform, designed to bring professionals, movie fans and investors together to fund truly innovative Hollywood-driven content outside the studio system. Allowing movie fans to invest in the content they want to watch!

Securities offered by Indie Crowd Funder, LLC member FINRA.

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