6% of $30,000 goal
HALOGEN is a season-based docuseries (6-8 episodes per season, each 10-15 minutes long) covering in-depth how sense of self appears in queer BIPOC individuals and what it means to them.
Each episode focuses on one person at a time—a crossover between a traditional interview and a short art film. Each individual will be asked a series of personal and common questions by Remy. Each episode will also showcase a hobby/profession of their choice to help keep the focus on them as an individual and not group them into one collective queer BIPOC identity.
Answers are for the most part unscripted and of the moment. However, participants are encouraged to review questions with their therapist or close friend(s) prior to filming. Importantly, Remy strives to meet the individual where they’re at in life and showcase their purpose.
Donations will be used in the production of a PILOT
LGBTQ+ info/lives are taught as a group identity with no individuality within the community.
Content that acknowledges the lived queer experience as a whole, but focuses in and defines each person by their individual traits, interests, and own lived experiences.
LQBTQ+ matters and appearances are often either taught in a clinical way or a “case study” or not at all.
Content that steps outside of traditional educational systems to take the pressure off of marginalized voices to inform the world about them.
Celebration of pride is often white-washed and the queer BIPOC are erased as the blueprint of the beginning of freedom and rights.
The series will share the stories of these marginalized individuals straight from the source, adding more visual representation of where it all began.
Kait Nader, formerly the Senior Director of Education and Community Engagement at The Grammy Museum, is going to push the PILOT episode with Spotify, VEVO, and Netflix with the intent to secure a streaming partnership for future seasons of the docuseries moving forward.
Each season will focus on a different city (e.g. New York, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, etc.) The PILOT episode will begin filming in Ferndale, Washington.
Donors will be recognized by their chosen name in the end roll credits of the PILOT episode.
- $25,000 and up will be recognized as producers throughout the entire first season
- $10,000-$24,999 will be recognized as executive producers of the pilot
- $5,000-$9,999 will be recognized as producers of the pilot
- $4,999 and less will be recognized as sponsors of the pilot