Michael Jackson Documentary Reveals Children's Perspective

Michael Jackson's children speak openly about their life with the King of Pop in a new documentary they're trying to fund. INSIDE EDITION has more.

Michael Jackson's youngest son, Blanket, is speaking publicly for the first time. The 11-year-old appears in these just-released clips from a new documentary about the late King of Pop. Blanket opens up about what he wants to do when he grows up.

"I want to try to help places like Africa because that's a very poor continent," said Blanket.

There's also this touching memory from Paris Jackson, who said, "He promised me he would teach me how to moonwalk....never got around to it."

The video was shot a year before her troubling suicide attempt in June.

Remembering Michael was executive-produced by family matriarch Katherine Jackson. A three-minute preview can be seen on fundanything.com.

The super-wealthy Jacksons are actually trying to raise $3.2 million to finance the film. So far, not many takers. They've raised just $963.

We spoke with producer Kirk Schenck.

He says, they wanted to pay for it without asking Michael Jackson estate for money

The Jackson kids also share memories of their lives at Neverland Ranch. Paris recalled, "We didn't know a lot of kids our age. We were more secluded. We never really left the ranch that often."

Prince recalled, "It took me until I was six years old to learn that his name was Michael Jackson. He was always daddy to me."