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Reflecting on the role of the arts in social justice movements past, present and future, I started a newsletter to share these thoughts and keep supporters of the film informed of the latest developments in the campaign.
We’re aiming to raise $50,000 in 90 days on IndieGoGo. We have raised over $15,000 so far. The count down continues! 50 days to go and we have $34,554 left to raise. We know we can do it with YOUR help.
Crowd funding is an exciting and potentially empowering way to raise money through micro giving. Help us spread the word and share our campaign with your friends, family, and networks. Join us in this exciting adventure.
To help us on our way to completion, we’ve decided to take the plunge and start a fundraising campaign on IndieGoGo. Our aim is to make $50,000 in 90 days.
Jewelle Gomez’s pioneering book The Gilda Stories (1991) broke less trodden ground when for the first time a woman of color ventured into a fictional foray about vampires.
In the movie, The Color Purple directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Alice Walker, Danny Glover played the character of Mr. with incredible depth and artistic nuance.
Alice Walker’s story would, of course, not be complete without exploring a significant chapter in her life, namely The Color Purple Movie by Steven Spielberg.
With an urgent need to find a replacement DOP for our LA and NYC shoots, the goddess of celluloid smiled and gave us two magnificent painters of light in our hour of need.
Monday June 6th, our last days’ shoot in Los Angeles started out with a fascinating interview with Steven Spielberg at Dreamworks (more on that next time) and ended with the […]
Pre-production is inevitably always hectic. I love it when everything falls into place especially after you have spent painstaking hours sending endless emails and making umpteen phone calls to get […]