Documentary sequel discusses impact on children as well as couples
Charlotte, NC -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/31/2013 -- Platinum Vybe Recordings’ documentary film, Interracial Dating in America II: Going Deeper, has been scheduled for release on DVD February 12, 2013. In celebration of Black History Month, the film will also be shown at screenings in select locations around the country.
The movie is Platinum Vybe’s anticipated follow-up to its 2005 film, Interracial Dating in America, and takes a fresh look at those who choose to date interracially, accompanied by responses from family, friends, and society. However, Interracial Dating II also takes a unique look at the children of interracial relationships.
Chris Clay, president of Platinum Vybe, said that the idea was inspired by certain comments he regularly heard from people who were opposed to interracial dating.
“One of the frequent claims from people who are against interracial relationships is how ‘it’s bad for the children,’ or ‘I just worry about how the child would be treated,” Clay explains. “So for our second look at interracial dating and marriage, we wanted to include young people who were born from those relationships and discuss whether they experienced any major problems.”
About Platinum Vybe Recordings
Platinum Vybe Recordings was born from Clay’s 12 years of experience as program director for radio stations in various markets and his work directly with the music industry through Warner Brothers Records. Platinum Vybe’s work history includes collaborations with artists Vanessa Williams, Brian McKnight, and Kelly Rowland, among others. The company is currently expanding its ventures in video media, producing commercials, marketing videos, and documentaries.