Still Standing From The Streets To The Stage A Hip Hop Documentary film: An inspirational Documentary film produced by Oscar nominated producer XAVIER J. KOLLER and Seth Adam Cohen. This documentary film is about the making of the whole project Still Standing The Movement from the streets to the stage. In this documentary film you will see the struggles Gleam Joel faces as he builds the still standing team, raises money gets sponsors for the project, and at the same time puts together his show with his band to prepare for the Redemption tour. The viewer will not only see the beautiful landscapes of Europe as we travel from city to city but we will also present the actual risks and consequences of the unhealthy lifestyle by showing what can happens when violence and drugs take control of people’s lives.
The transformed lives in and through the Redemption tour 2011- 2015 will be the heart beat of the documentary film. We will highlight the casting tension, the joy of winning and the sorrow of defeat. We will show how the participants getting ready for the contest and what they must do to win. We will choose individuals from the casting shows who we will follow to show the transformation and impact that Redemption Tour has on them.
This documentary film is scheduled to premier around end of 2012 in different film theaters, TV stations, and internet portals and on DVDs around the world. These inspirational DVDs will be distributed to schools, college’s churches and correction facilities around the world to show the youth and its viewers, in an impressive fashion, how one can achieve the good life without having to make unhealthy compromises. The documentary film will give hope to upcoming struggling artist to pursue their dreams no matter what people say. The documentary film will offer a great Marketing and advertising platform for our sponsors to reach millions of young people. Through the help of different sponsors who believe in the empowering the you we will successfully touch and transform lives and remove the youth from the streets to the stage.