Vision Pictures announces its HBCU collegiate and scholastic history campaign of the American Revolution movie effort for the upcoming Hollywood movie project, "THE YANKEE.
The role of the African American during the American Revolution had a made an huge impact on American society, symbolized by historical facts that surfaces now in the Smithsonian Institute and National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.. It was an African American who risked his life to give George Washington secret military information which brought victory at Yorktown, Virginia secure to America as a young nation against England who was a super military at that era.
Vision Film Entertainment Group is one step closer to realizing its dreams of creating a historical celebration of those American Americans to give respect to its communities. Hard work and dedication are needed to make this historical and scholastic program an huge success, come alive, and without any doubts that the film producers of Vision Pictures are willing to put forth the effort. We at Vision are requesting all HBCU community (Historical Black Colleges and Universities) of higher learning whose purpose is to interpret, preserve, and share the rich history and heritage of African American history of the American Revolution.
To ensure the continued success and improve the movie with its ability to share the historical content to the world audiences story in multiple and memorable ways, it is our hope that your contribution will encourage others in the American Indian communities to also recognize and support the world-class efforts of this movie project. The vision for movie project is to patriotic plaques, statues, and art for all colleges and universities in the HBCU community to be recognized this coming year and every during Black History Month which will include a climate-controlled archive and small museum/exhibit area, as well as meeting space and room for future expansion. Encore, working hand in hand with the Smithsonian Institute, National Endowment of the Arts, and National Gallery of Art, will play a key role in developing and preserving the small areas and making it available to the students, faculty, and the public to view.
This effort is Far beyond the immediate boost to the American society but to the world to recognize the history of the African Americans during the American Revolutionary War which created this land as a new nation. Your purchase of educational resources donation will definitely be a contribution investment in the preserve the rich history of the American Americans. To create revenues to the movie and historical preservation efforts, please contact Mr. William Boyd, Historical Marketing/Sales Manager at _______________.
Here is the breakdown of historical resources of the HBCU purchase which will imclude:
$5,000 Historical package –
Historical curriculum study resources exclusively to educate collegiate students with Pamphlets/Study Guides and audio visual media to present African American contributions and timeline events during the American Revolution.
The university or college of the HBCU community will receive a patriotic plaque, patriotic bronze statue of African American icon during the era of the American Revolution, movie posters, caps, t-shirts, African
American memorabilia, and canvas portraits from the National of Gallery Art featuring great African American figures who help revolutionized America.
The university or college of the HBCU community will invite the its President and teaching faculty to the movie premiere.
The university or college of the HBCU community will receive a film screen credit when the movie is completed and distributed worldwide.