Los Angeles, California – April 3, 2015 – “All that Glitters” is an inspiring documentary that sheds light on social and quality rights in the United States. Simon Antoniw, creator of the film, is excited and ready to begin production. However, they need assistance in funding. The team has turned to the IndieGoGo community to raise $20,000 by May 5th, 2015.
As a freelance television specialist, Antoniw hopes to use his previous production and editorial skills to create a compelling film. He hopes the documentary will inspire and uplift people to get involved with the social and equality issues of today. Everyone is different. This difference is what makes individual’s unique and keeps the world interesting! It is time to embrace these differences and respect each other. “All that Glitters” encourages people to fight their corner and stand up for equality!
The film will explore three unique cities and three individuals who are passionate advocates for Racial, Sexual, and Disability rights. “All that Glitters” will be directed and produced using a universal approach that will appeal to everyone. Antoniw hopes to make this documentary one that everyone can enjoy with friends and families. There are plans to also have the compelling film be used as an education tool in schools around the globe. The creators hope this resource will influence others to take a stand against inequality and support human rights because fundamentally everyone is the same.
This is not just any film. It is an independent film that aims to leave a lasting impact on the audience. “All that Glitters” will be an excellent form of entertainment with educational value.
For those who wish to take a stand for their corner and encourage others to do the same, can make a contribution by visiting the IndieGoGo campaign or clicking here. Backers can choose from a few rewards as a “thank you” from the team for the support.
Those who cannot give can still help by sharing this on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. Share it with others to let them know how they can support social equality. With everyone’s help, the world can become a better place where everyone is treated equal.
Company Name: Simon Taras Antoniw
Phone: 213 820 8346 (USA), 07989 767
Country: United States