WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – The fight to stop a cement plant from opening in Castle Hayne could be heading to the silver screen.
A documentary is in the works that will shed light on the project, efforts to bring it to Wilmington and the battle from citizens against it, according to www.clashingwithtitans.com.
The filmmaker, Joshua James Prindiville, has taken to indiegogo.com – a popular website that helps artists raise money for their projects.
According to website, the documentary "investigates the closed door politics that led to a plan to build the 4th largest cement plant in the country within five miles of over 8,000 school-children."
Prindiville is trying to raise $50,000 to complete the film, which he has been working on for four years.
Those who contribute $5,000 will get Executive Producer credit on the project.
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