This is nonprofit documentary project related to life in Colorado and current citizen’s issues and concerns.We are interested in interviewing individuals having a wide range of backgrounds: homeless, police officers, social workers, business owners, teenagers, veterans, paramedics, immigrants…that would like to participate in a short monologue type of interview (3-5 minute duration) about their current lifestyle: housing, employment, topics around the pandemic, politics, health, education, substance abuse, justice and other social issues.
If you are a director, video professional, experienced in documentary-making, or even a creative person, and would like to join this voluntary project, please feel free to respond as well! And again its not paid job – made for people from people.
MAKE YOURSELF HEARD
Our focus is get people voices of Colorado out, we are filming ordinary citizens, with real life stories and concerns. We are not chasing celebrities or billionaires.
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Schedule your interview
Introduction: your name, occupation, background, how long you live in Colorado
Story: Colorado – what is good and bad happened, challenges you dealing with right now, your concerns and worries
Final statement: pickup any topic: health, education, justice, government, lifestyle, etc ; outline what is wrong and how it can be fixed.
Voices of Colorado: A Documentary on Community Issues and Concerns
Join us as we delve into the heart of Colorado’s communities and shine a light on the issues and concerns that affect its residents. Our documentary project features interviews with local leaders, activists, and everyday citizens as we explore topics ranging from affordable housing, education, healthcare, and environmental conservation. Through personal stories and compelling visuals, we aim to bring awareness and understanding to the challenges faced by Colorado’s diverse communities. Follow us on this journey as we amplify the voices of those fighting for change and building a better future for Colorado.