THE DIVISIBLE premieres worldwide on YouTube today. An interracial couple fights to protect their son in a dystopian nation deeply divided by race.
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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Los Angeles, Sep 1, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – In a land where division abounds, and structures we once relied on are coming apart at the seams, it takes courage to ask: “What is it that truly divides the people of this nation?” and “What will it take to unite us?”
THE DIVISIBLE is a multi-award winning film which has its World Premiere on YouTube today, tackling the soul-searching questions of our national character (and finding some shocking answers), in a tense, action-packed drama, hot off the domestic and international film festival circuit.
Select accolades include Best Drama, Best First-Time Director, Best Cinematography, Best Actress, and Outstanding Musical Achievement for its original score.
Being ranked a “Highly Anticipated” film by Seed & Spark, (a crowdfunding hub for diverse voices in independent filmmaking) THE DIVISIBLE created overwhelming public support, as a passionate fan base generously contributed to the production’s “big-budget” feel, fueling today’s thrilling release.
Co-stars and co-founders of Jubilee Productions, Marcus T. Thomas (This Is Us, Black-ish) and Nicole Starrett (30 Rock, The Mad Whale) passed on profitable film distribution deals, in favor of their greater mission — releasing the film for FREE to the public, so that their mission of engaging voter participation has the maximum possible impact.
High-minded? You bet.
Impactful? You be the judge…
So, REMEMBER TO VOTE!
This article was originally published by IssueWire. Read the original article here.