A work of creative nonfiction in the first-person about the struggle of mixed kids growing up in a still divided nation. We confront the problem of emotional and psychological taunting as well as the mental mindsets that stem from such abuse. Other posts include the developing thoughts on faith, love & sex, and fitting in.
Congratulations to the Hafu Film project! They raised over $17,000 to finish their mixed-race documentary, and their initial goal in FIVE days. Now editing, music mixing and subtitling can be completed on the project. The filmmakers have recorded a special video for everyone that has donated and helped the project.
The project turned to IndieGoGo, a site for different artists in financial need turn to for help, as an outlet for people to donate.
While their initial amount of $10,000 has already been met, you can still donate and receive gifts in exchange. If you donate $50, you will get a copy of the film on DVD! (I can't help but say that is a reason we at DOAMK donated.)
Their donation site will be open until December 11.
For more information on the Hafu Film project, visit HafuFilm.com