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Hiztorical Vision Productions

Educate | Motivate | Inspire

HVP creates short-film documentaries highlighting untold African American history.

"Coming together is the beginning."

"Keeping together is progress. Working together is success."

- In honor of Frederick L. Moore Jr.

Our Mission

Hiztorical Vision Productions, a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization based in Opelika, Alabama, is dedicated to fostering positive change within local communities across Alabama. By collaborating closely with these communities, HVP endeavors to produce impactful short-film documentaries that shine a light on the often overlooked and underrepresented African American history within the region.

Our mission extends beyond mere storytelling; we strive to safeguard and honor the rich tapestry of African American heritage, preserving it for future generations. Through the transformative power of filmmaking, we not only educate the public but also empower and uplift marginalized communities. By amplifying the triumphs and resilience of African Americans, we seek to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of our shared history.

Each project undertaken by Hiztorical Vision Productions serves as a beacon of inspiration, igniting dialogue and catalyzing social change. By bringing to life the untold narratives of Black history through engaging short films, we endeavor to inspire individuals from all walks of life. Our ultimate aim is to promote unity, empathy, and progress within our communities, fostering a brighter and more inclusive future for all.

Make A Donation

Fuel a movement to educate, motivate, and inspire local communities with uplifting short-films about the hidden success stories in African American history that happened in many of our own backyards!

All donations are tax deductible and will be used to support the pre-production, production, and post-production expenses related to completing new historical documentaries.


Thank you so much for your sharing the film Hobson City: From Peril to Promise. This documentary offers a compelling story while it preserves the history of Hobson City, Alabama.

Karen NeurohrOral History Association

Theo is an amazing leader with an extraordinary vision. I see this organization one day filling auditoriums.

Rep. Jeremy GrayAlabama State House District 83

I am very excited to know that this amazing organization serves the Opelika-Auburn Community.

Gary FullerMayor

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. BurnsArea 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...Iā€™m a fan!

S. MilnerHBCU 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. MalonsonAlabama State University Alum

Hiztorical Vision Productions of Auburn does some great award winning documentaries of African American history in Alabama & around the southeast. Glad to work with you on your latest project.

Cam WardAlabama State Senator

This organization is phenomenal! I am so appreciative of this organization for covering the inspiring story of the historic town of Hobson City, Alabama. Great things are ahead for this passionate organitization.

Alberta McCroryMayor of Hobson City

It is so refreshing to see an organization that is operated by young profressionals who see the importance of our history.

Barbara Boyd Ed.DAlabama Rep.

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WOOO!!! I am SUPER excited and grateful to have had the opportunity to tell the story of Hobson City in the latest episode of In the Margins! When I first documented Hobson City during the early days of Hiztorical Vision Productions, I always dreamed of revisiting and sharing its remarkable story on a larger platform. Thanks to Alabama Public Televisionand PBS Digital Studios PBS, this dream has become a reality.Thank You Alberta McCrory Eric W. Stringer Sr., and @Maudine Holloway for helping tell such an Important piece of history. Oxford Alabama @Anniston AlabamaCheck out the episode šŸ™ƒ ... See MoreSee Less
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šŸŽ„ Exciting News from Hiztorical Vision Productions!We are thrilled to announce two major initiatives for our Bama Black History 365 (BBH365) program, which is dedicated to uncovering and celebrating the rich, untold history of African American communities in Alabama.šŸŽ¬ Watch Our BBH365 Promo VideoOur new BBH365 internship promo video is now live! This video showcases the incredible work our young leaders are doing to preserve and share African American history through filmmaking. Their passion and dedication are truly inspiring.šŸ”— Watch the Promo Video Below!šŸ‘• Support Our T-Shirt FundraiserWe are launching a t-shirt fundraiser to support the BBH365 program. By purchasing a BBH365 t-shirt, you are helping us equip young leaders with the skills and opportunities they need to continue their impactful work. Your support will also contribute to community development and highlight the importance of arts in Alabama. Buy Here: ... See MoreSee Less
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We are so proud of our Executive Director, Theo M Moore II, for his unwavering efforts to get our stories told on a national level. šŸ˜ŽšŸ¤©. ... See MoreSee Less
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Now available, discover the secrets behind winter weather anomalies in the latest episode of "Weathered" with PBS Digital Studios. Produced and Directed by Theo M Moore II of Hiztorical Vision Productions. ... See MoreSee Less
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