Los Angeles (PRWEB) April 14, 2014
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Alina Reyzelman announces plans to produce “Sunshine Baby,” a documentary focusing on helping families understand the truth about healthy pregnancies as they prepare for their newborn.
According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the United States spends $98 billion every year on hospitalization for pregnancy and childbirth. Despite this, women in the United States have a higher risk of dying of pregnancy-related complications than those in 49 other countries, including Kuwait, Bulgaria, and South Korea.
In an effort to learn more about pregnancy when expecting their first child, Reyzelman and her husband found a multitude of books on the subject, but little to no educational documentaries or short films about pregnancy. In their research, they found that other young families had also noticed the void.
This inspired Reyzelman to want to create a video guide on pregnancy that could help first time parents cope with pregnancy questions, fears, and issues. The documentary to be produced by Reyzelman will be filmed in collaboration with Blue Collar Productions.
The documentary will serve as the educational answer to many questions had by new families about pregnancy and childbirth. As the maternal mortality rate is increasing in the United States and United Kingdom, “Sunshine Baby” will visually tell the truth about fertility issues, different stages of pregnancy, alternative methods, organic foods, fitness, and other aspects of a healthy pregnancy. Although it serves an educational function, “Sunshine Baby” will also cover intimacy during pregnancy, maternity style, and interviews with celebrities. Both informational and entertaining, “Sunshine Baby” will share perspectives from a diverse array of families ranging from Hollywood mothers to new and experienced mothers.
As what will be the first educational documentary on pregnancy, “Sunshine Baby” will provide parents access to first class information and awareness about a healthy pregnancy.
“During the nine months that a woman is pregnant, important developments are occurring that can affect a baby for the rest of their life,” said Reyzelman. “I aim to create a product that will help parents understand everything they need to know about pregnancy including the joys, risks, and challenges associated with it. I want to help people feel confident and prepared as they begin this journey toward parenthood.”
Once plans for this project are finalized, Reyzelman plans to donate 20 percent of all profits from “Sunshine Baby” to a charity promoting maternity care and pregnancy treatments in order to promote the knowledge and awareness of issues associated with pregnancy. They also plan on donating DVDs and free download options to various charity organizations around the world to promote knowledge of pregnancy risks.
Reyzelman will be focusing on raising awareness for “Sunshine Baby” and reaching out to corporate sponsors and equity investors in an effort to raise funds for her first independent creative project.
If interested in learning more about Reyzelman’s global expertise and production planning progress for “Sunshine Baby,” please visit http://www.alinareyzelman.com.
About Blue Collar Productions, Inc.
Blue Collar Productions (BCP) is a proven leader, innovator and established producer of content, creative advertising and marketing materials. In collaboration with the world’s top filmmakers, entertainment studios, Fortune 500 companies and non-profits, BCP helps strengthen brands by bringing creative visions to life.
BCP provides brand marketing and creative solutions as well as field and studio production services globally utilizing its own crews and HD camera packages. As a full-service production company, BCP also has extensive in-house post-production capabilities, an interactive division and a full graphics design team. The company's location on 'The Lot' studios in Hollywood also provides access to soundstages, green screens and a wide array of production resources.
About Alina Reyzelman
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Alina Reyzelman started her career working for energy companies and consulting firms holding various senior roles. With 15 years of commercial business expertise, she founded Elite Club Ltd. and Eat Well Co projects to share her experiences driven by an exciting lifestyle defined by world traveling. Her international lifestyles led her to become a self-taught expert on exclusive travel and healthy eating, and create a guide to living and dining luxuriously around the world. Her research on the power of aphrodisiacs led to her book Sex Diet, which provides a new take on nutrition and healthy eating. Alina is actively involved in charity work and admires classics and fine art as an artist herself. Alina is a Ph.D. student, a connoisseur of wines and foods, and the author of World Restaurant Guide. Alina is involved in the motion picture development with Landscape Films and producer Anthony Jabre. She writes movie scripts and plans to produce and direct documentaries in Hollywood.