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A Minneapolis arts patron's launch for an indie-film studio caused a few bumps in the road, despite a seemingly perfect fit.

Elizabeth Redleaf had deep pockets and a long history of movie-love, reported the Star Tribune.

In three years, she became the state's second-biggest producer, with five movies in three years, reported the Star Tribune.

"While Redleaf has won praise for her philanthropic work in the Twin Cities, her journey into the world of moviemaking has been as bruising as her swan dive into the bushes," reported the Star Tribune.

Despite her love for movies and her capability to fund projects, collaboration and cooperation have been difficult, reported Star Tribune.

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