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OUR SUPPORTERS

A 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Vidiots is fueled, funded, and entirely made possible by an expansive family of generous donors and supporters who have, to date, contributed countless hours of expertise and $2,400,000 to relaunch Vidiots and rehabilitate the Eagle.

Vidiots Founding Members, donors who support at $5,000 and above, are the lifeblood of our relaunch. Founding Members include Miguel Arteta, Katie Aselton + Mark Duplass, Ike Barinholtz, Lake Bell, Jess Wu Calder + Keith Calder, Lily Collins + Charlie McDowell, Mackenzie Davis, Michael De Luca, Jay Duplass, Mary Elizabeth Ellis + Charlie Day, Carlos López Estrada + Kelly Marie Tran, Mike Flanagan, Liz Hannah, Jerrika Hinton, Rian Johnson + Karina Longworth, Nate Moore, Phil Lord, Max Minghella, Ify Nwadiwe, Patton Oswalt, Amy Pascal, Aubrey Plaza, Paul Scheer + June Diane Raphael, Sharon Van Etten, Samara Weaving + James Warden, Jessica Williams, Alex Winter, Elijah Wood + Mette-Marie Kongsved.

Our corporate supporters include many of the most innovative and community-oriented companies in Los Angeles and beyond, they include Naming Rights Sponsor MUBI, and Corporate Founding Members A24, Alamo Drafthouse, All Facts, Cinetic Media, Criterion Collection, Final Draft, Genuine Article Pictures, GKIDS, Kindman & Co., Letterboxd, Level Forward, Lionsgate, Magnolia Pictures, Monkeypaw Productions, Oscilloscope Laboratories, Paramount Pictures, Pascal Pictures, Pipeline Media Group, Shout! Factory, Sony Pictures, Superbloom, UTA, Utopia Media, Vinegar Syndrome, WGAW, WME, Ways & Means, Zeiss. 

Our generous foundation supporters are HFPA and National Association of Theatre Owners of California/Nevada.

In-kind donors include Dunn-Edwards Paints, Fever Content, Fireclay Tile, Gumball Poodle, QSC, Stone Source, and Thunderwing.

Current and future community partners include The Black List, The Bob Baker Marionette Theater, Cinema Eye Honors, Film Independent, Outfest, Oxy Arts and Occidental Media Arts + Culture Department, Seed + Spark, Sundance Institute, Transgender Film Center, UCLA Film + Television Archive, Women in Film.

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