Resurrection, The Paris Project

    Pitch Video

    Reaching out to raise awareness and funds for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) through fashion and tradition

    Genre: Documentary
    Target Audience: All Audiences
    Target Length: 60 minutes
    Budget: $50,000

    Created By

    Kim Coltman ,  British-Columbia

    Synopsis

    A fashion show/gala event and a book launch that raises awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. The making of a book with a digital component that will bring the fashion from the runway in Paris to life on the pages called "Un"Common Threadz. Part of the proceeds from the fashion show and book sales will go to the Native Women's Association of Canada and a trust will be set up for future aspiring models and fashion designers. Our documentary will follow the models, fashion designers and organizers on the journey to create and produce a fashion show and book. Images taken in Paris will be used in the book and turned into "Maxograms" which will allow people to use a smart phone/device to scan the images and bring them to life. It will be the first book of it's kind for fashion.

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    The Team

    Working with AnnMarie Aase of AmA Imagery


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