12 AM: A DayNight Short Film is an up and coming dramatic short film about two black people publicly dealing with the effects of their mental health disorders. Created by Atlanta based American filmmakers Sheridan Randolph and Jack Lame, 12 AM is a dramatic short film that hopes to reduce the stigmas of mental health and mental illness through its realistic story and realistic characters. To release this short film worldwide, the filmmakers have recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, and they are welcoming generous support and backing.
(Pictured above L-R are filmmakers Sheridan Randolph and Jack Lame)
“We wanted to make this story and our characters as realistic as possible. To accomplish that, we worked with three female mental health professionals as psychological consultants on our script,” said Sheridan Randolph, while introducing this project to the Indiegogo community. Sheridan is a seasoned filmmaker with background and experience in the field of mental health, while her production partner Jack Lame is a filmmaker and a military veteran living with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).
The Indiegogo Campaign is located on the web at:
www.indiegogo.com/projects/12-am-a-daynight-short-film and backers from around the world can become a part of this project by making generous pledges and donations. Moreover, the goal of this Indiegogo campaign is to raise a sum of USD $12,000 and the filmmakers are offering several great perks and rewards for the backers supporting this campaign. More details are available on their Indiegogo campaign page for the project.
About This Project
12 AM is a US based independent short film about mental health issues and it is created by Sheridan Randolph alongside Jack Lame. The storyline of this film project revolves around two young African American adults dealing with the effects of their mental health disorders and emotional triggers while in public settings. As young black filmmakers, they want to advocate for mental health in a creative way and ask their audience to evaluate their perspective of mental health and disorders — Do you view people dealing with it as humans or dangerous stereotypes?
Company Name: P.S.U. Production
Contact Person: Sheridan Randolph & Jack Lame
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Country: United States