Caribbean-Canadian filmmaker, Sharon Lewis, has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for her latest project, Brown Girl in the Ring – the Prequel – a Canadian-Caribbean Sci Fi film.  Through the campaign, Sharon and her production team hope to raise $30,000 Canadian ($25,000 US).  The money raised will be used to fund the entire production:  production costs, cast and crew, equipment, insurance, etc.  This project was selected by the Canadian Film Centre through its partnership with IndieGoGo and the film will be receiving some funding.

The Film:
In an abandoned futuristic ghetto haunted by caribbean spirits and the posse, Young Ti-Jeanne’s spirit demands she obey or someone will die.

It is an adaptation of the novel, Brown Girl in the Ring, by Jamaican sci-fi writer, Nalo Hopkinson.

Check out the pitch video:

The perks for this campaign are great and include the book, Brown Girl in the Ring, David Rudder’s “Gilded Collection ” album, tshirts, digital downloads of the film, executive producer credits, dinner for two prepared by the filmmaker, cast and crew party and many others.

The campaign can be found in these places:

Twitter:  BGIRThePrequel
Hashtag: #browngirlmovement

You can also support the film financially by sending a cheque – make it payable to: urbansoul inc., and send it to:  33 Poucher Street, Toronto, ON M4J 2Z1.

To learn more about the campaign, visit the site on Indiegogo:–2#/story.

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