A new trailer has arrived for Clarkston, a forthcoming indie documentary about the most diverse square-mile in the United States, the small town of Clarkston, Ga. The film follows three refugees and a former member of the Ku Klux Klan as they grapple with their identities and their relationships with the town of Clarkston, all while America is experiencing its own crisis of identity.
The film’s working title is Clarkston: Mother of Exiles. It’s currently in post-production, and the team behind it have launched a fundraising effort through the film-centric crowdfunding platform Seed & Spark. They have already raised more than half of their initial goal of $5,000 for music licensing as of this writing, with 28 days left to hit the mark. More long-term fundraising goals include an extra $6,000 for sound design and a final $6,000 for color correction.
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