The Donut Effect is an inspiring documentary created by Saket Kuberi from Malaysia and it is regarding the perception as well as the understanding of mental health. The director of this documentary, Saket has also been suffering from mental health himself and he is making this documentary from a sufferer’s perspective. Moreover, the documentary will also focus on the challenges as well as the discrimination along with other social issues faced by the patients.
In order to make this documentary possible, the director is currently seeking generous community support on the crowdfunding platform of Kickstarter and he is welcoming everyone to support this initiative. Moreover, the director will also be travelling across different parts of Asia in order to study the trends of similarities and differences on how people view and overcome mental health.
All funds raised through the Kickstarter campaign launched by Saket will go towards the purchase of equipment required for the shooting. Upon its completion, the director also aims to host screenings of the documentary in collaboration with his non-profit partner organizations.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/1215304962/documentary-the-donut-effect and supporters from around the world can back this project by making generous pledges and donations. The goal of this inspiring documentary project is to raise a sum of only AU$ 15,000 and the details regarding this project are available on the Kickstarter campaign page.
About The Donut Effect
The Donut Effect is an all new and upcoming documentary created by Saket Kuberi and he has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds and support for the documentary film. The documentary film is all about mental health and how people perceive and understand it in different parts of the world.
Company Name: Documentary: The Donut Effect
Contact Person: Karekhaa Nair
City: Kuala Lumpur