About this project
"Hidden Colors 2" is the follow up film to the critically acclaimed Hidden Colors: The Untold History Of People Of Aboriginal,Moor,and African Descent.
For this installment of the Hidden Colors series,we are going around the country interviewing leading scholars and historians discussing topics that have been omitted from modern history books. We also touch on many issues that face people of color that are rarely discussed openly. Hidden Colors 2 will talk about things such as:
*The origins of the Olmec and Mayans
*The truth about the prison industrial complex
*The economic warfare against aboriginal people
*Untold American history
*Secret medical practices against people of color
And much more.
This documentary will also touch on many of the reasons why much of this information has been hidden from the public for so long.This film will be of interest to everyone,regardless of race or ethnic background,because the rich history of the people discussed is world history. And world history is all of our history.
The money raised through Kickstarter will be used for travel expenses for the film crew to film interviews in multiple cities. The money will also be used to create special effects & titles, as well as for the process of combining all of these elements: rendering, compositing, sound design and editing. There are also hardware and software that we need in order to create everything at high resolution so that the finished film will be able to screen theatrically.
Also,a lot of the money will be used for media promotions for the theatrical release of the film.
Our minimum funding goal is $30,000,but our ideal goal is between $100,000-$500,000,because the Hidden Colors series has proved to be an influential brand critically,and academically.
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