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Last Day to Support Fundraising Campaign For Young Female Coming Of Age Film 'Charlotte'

Shadow and Act By Sergio | Shadow and Act March 6, 2014 at 10:45AM

There are a lot of crowd fundraising campaigns out there for indiependent black films, but 'Charlotte' looks like it could be something special.

I will admit that Seed & Spark is new to me, but for those of you out there who haven’t heard of it, it’s another crowd fundraising tool like Indiegogo and Kickstarter to help filmmakers raise money to realize their dreams.

So if you’re a filmmaker with a dream, Seed & Spark might be another way for you to go, to make your dream a reality.

And one filmmaker who has done that is Los Angeles-based Angel Kristi Williams, a Baltimore native and who received her MFA graduate degree in filmmaking from Columbia College in Chicago in 2012, and the writer and director of a wonderfully moving short film, The Christmas Tree.

Now Ms. Williams has returned to her native city to start work on her new film project Charlotte, about two young 13 year old black girls who are best friends, trying to find out where they fit in the world, like so many young girls their age.

When was the last time you saw a film like that in which the central characters were two black girls in an urban city, and not the usual spoiled white girls in the suburbs?

Ms. Williams has a goal of raising $11,000 and has created a Seed & Spark campaign to make her goal for her worthwhile project.

Check out the video below and to go to her Seed & Spark page go HERE:

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