Crowdfund This: Kadeem Hardison’s “WHERE BROOKLYN AT?” Documentary
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Crowdfund This: Kadeem Hardison’s “WHERE BROOKLYN AT?” Documentary

nullThere are

a bevy of documentary projects in the making, and all of them need help with funding, but with the legacy and

unfortunate questionable cultural future of Brooklyn, New York City’s most

creative borough, not many are as timely or convincing.  And with the Executive Producer of it being no other than

Brooklyn and Black cultural icon Kadeem Hardison – ‘Dwayne Wayne’ of the

trailblazing 1980’s/90’s sitcom “A Different World” and currently the co-star

of the ever-popular kids show “K.C. Undercover” alongside young Disney Channel

star Zendaya Coleman – highlighting this is a no-brainer. 


(WBK@) smartly “promises to be a definitive examination of

the cultural Brooklyn connection to global art” by being an official chronicle

of Brooklyn’s legacy of artists and “their journey to leave their indelible

mark on planet earth.”   With the added goal of restoring

cultural accuracy to the current generation who are, “feeding only on the

questionable intentions of reality TV, certain detrimental social media

activity and empty film content,” the doc has already filmed interviews and exclusive

concert footage with Brooklyn hip-hop music pioneers like Big Daddy Kane, DJ

Red Alert, MC Lyte, Pete Rock, Buckshot (From Black Moon), Joell Ortiz, and DJ

Clark Kent to name only a few.

(By the way, the

title comes from Notorious B.I.G./Biggie Small’s legendary freestyle rhyme at

the 1993 Budweiser Superfest concert in NYC along with Tupac Shakur. If you are

unaware, which is okay, the need for this documentary is even more necessary.)

But along with

his director One-Twenty, Hardison and the WBK@ crew need your financial help

via Kickstarter to continue to make this doc happen. More specifically, they

need funding to properly interview mainstream Brooklyn notables like Chris Rock, Rosie Perez, Woody Allen, Barbara Streisand, Jay Z, Mike

Tyson, Eddie Murphy, Lou Ferrigno, and Steve Buscemi.

Once the

documentary is completed, the intention is to eventually make it into a series,

continuing the narrative on a myriad of Brooklyn artists. 

So check out the

page, their video talking about the doc, and the cool perks that include limited

edition high end t-shirts, DVD’s, hats, stickers, exclusive access to the

movie, meet and greets and more rewards that allow you to discover more about “WHERE BROOKLYN AT?” 

WHERE BROOKLYN AT? Kickstarter Page

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