HVP Board of Directors

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Hiztorical Vision Productions (HVP) is a nonprofit organization that provides short film documentaries to the public. The mission of HVP is to motivate underserved communities and all demographics through the lens of African American history. HVP will display great moments in African American history that is often ignored. The purpose is to simply educate, motivate, and inspire citizens to make positive change in their communities.

 
 

Hobson City, Alabama is the first city in the state to be entirely governed by African Americans. The city was incorporated in 1899 and still exists today in 2019. Hiztorical Vision Productions will tell the inspiring story of a community that flourished during Reconstruction but declined post- Civil Rights era. This is the the official trailer for the documentary film on the historic town of Hobson City. Click on the button below to watch full documentary. 

 
 

Isaiah 61: 1-4

God's people will rebuild the ancient ruins and restore the places long devastated .

Hiztorical Vision Productions specializes in creating films that will educate, motivate, and inspire the entire human race to make a difference in the world.  HVP will thoroughly explain the history of the United States that will primarily focus on African American history. HVP will not create films that will provide the usual historical information that informs the public of the obvious. There are enough films in the industry that elaborates on the atrocities of slavery and segregation. These films ultimately send viewers home feeling self-doubt, hatred, and sadness. Conversely, HVP will provide historical truth that will motivate and inspire individuals to strive for success despite their circumstances.

Hiztorical Vision Productions was founded by Theo M. Moore II in 2017. Moore graduated from Troy University (main campus) in 2012 with a Bachelors of Science in History. He continued his education on the graduate level and received his Masters in Post-Secondary Education-History in 2015. During his years at Troy University, Moore was involved with many organizations on campus such as: NAACP, Troy University History Club, and Omega Psi Phi fraternity Inc. These organizations ultimately influenced Moore’s focus towards African American history.

Moore initially wanted to become an author with intentions of publishing research inspired from graduate school. However, he was more concerned with how would his work reach audiences of different backgrounds; especially low poverty areas. As a former U.S. history teacher in the Alabama School System for several years, Moore realized that technology has an astronomical effect on children and adult learning. As a result, Moore developed the idea to translate his books into short films with the intention of getting the attention of viewers from all walks of life.

To Whom Much Is Given

Much Is Required

Engaging in community service provides HVP members with the opportunity to become active members of the Lee County community and has a lasting, positive impact on society at large. Community service or volunteerism enables HVP members to gain a connection with the community, as well as provide a service to those who need it most.

Jocelyn Moore

Vice Chair

OUR TEAM

Brandon Williams

Committee Chair of Outreach

Maria Tinker

Board Secretary

Cortney Hawkins

Committee Chair of Research

Antonio Stewart

Board Treasurer

Talarrius Likely

Committee Chair of Marketing & Communications

TESTIMONIALS

Very nice, Theo!  Informative and well executed. Cool to see the reenactments and it looked and sounded great. Thanks for sharing that little bit of history.

J. Burns / Area 47 Sound

WOW!!! This was powerful and impactful on so many levels. Thanks for sharing this important piece of history and for the reminding us:

  1. Our history is more than slavery

  2. Education is a privilege

  3. We MUST stand up to exercise our right to vote...I’m a fan! 

S. Milner / Hbcu in LA Internship Program

Loved This! Need more films done to make sure our children will know of the past, a rich history..... GREAT!

J. Malonson / Alabama State University Alum

 
 

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Auburn, AL, USA

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