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I believe “Hope is Not a Black and White Rainbow” speaks to a global shift that has been slowly transforming the makeup of individuals, families and communities, and the struggle to embrace a new world and release the old world beliefs and values that have outlived their usefulness.  The story explores the growing global village of interracial/mixed heritage families and the blurred lines of long held beliefs that we live in a very black and white world.  Racism is man-made, while a world rich in diversity is God-given, as is free-will—the ability to choose the kind of world we want to live in.

Hope is Not a Black and White Rainbow Top 10 Screenplay at ColorTape International Film Festival, Brisbane, Australia

Posted 7/3/2017

July 1, 2017—Hope is Not a Black and White Rainbow, a family mystery turned crime thriller screenplay, written by Harold L. Brown has received the Top 10 Scripts/Screenplay Award, Asia Pacific Region, at the ColorTape International Film Festival, Brisbane, Australia.

 

Hope is Not a Black and White Rainbow Nominated Best ScreenplayHope is Not a Black and White Rainbow Nominated Best Screenplay

SYNOPSIS:  A trustee manager, sent to a mill town to finalize an estate, encounters a world of complicated race relations and unravels a series of crimes only to discover his true family identity.

 Hope is Not a Black and White Rainbow by Harold L BrownHope is Not a Black and White Rainbow by Harold L Brown

ColorTape is a multicultural film festival promoting worldwide arts & culture through films, while bridging cultural differences, friendship, showcasing the creative vision of filmmakers from over the world. The festival advocates and promotes peace, love, friendship and mutual respect and has been nominated as one of the most prestigious and recognized film festivals in the Southern hemisphere.