Posts Tagged ‘Producer’

CCJ awarded Dove Foundation Seal of Approval

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

 The Dove Foundation, www.dove.org, an organization dedicated to the promotion of family-centric entertainment, has awarded Click Clack Jack 4 out of 5 doves & the dove seal of approval. 

Founded in 1990, The Dove Foundation’s mission is to promote the creation, production, distribution & consumption of true family films & entertainment. 

Additionally, Christianbook.com has posted Click Clack Jack on its site for pre-purchasing.  The DVD will officially be released on September 1st, so check out the site & support safe family entertainment by picking up your copy.  

CCJ Receives National Distribution Date

Monday, July 27th, 2009

Still running strong in the film festival circuits, Click Clack Jack has received its National debut.  Indelible Media Group came on board to drive the distribution of our film through Word Distributors.  On September 1st of this year, Click Clack Jack will be released into Living Word, Lifeway & Parable Book Stores as well as your local Christian bookstores just in time for the holidays.

Indelible Media Group will sponsor CCJ’s pre-sales beginning on August 1st available only through their website at http://www.indelibleonline.com/.  Any pre-sales through Indelible’s website will count toward the first month of sales.  So check it out & help support a great family friendly film.

To check out a newly cut HD trailer of Click Clack Jack, go to Click Clack Jack HD Trailer :30 available at YouTube.

 

Sunscreen Film Festival

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Click Clack Jack was selected for screening at the Sunscreen Film Festival (SSFF), St. Petersburg in Bayside Muvico Cinemas.  Opening night was a lot of fun; we were interviewed by the Tampa Bay Informer, watched Passenger & spoke with actor Patrick Wilson.  Another actor, whom you won’t find any humbler, was Bill Cobb.  He was amazing to speak with & showed great interest in the young filmmaker’s speaking to him.  Keith, Ryan & I also had very encouraging discussions with Producers Dave Anderson & Phil Cooke about our project.  Many are asking when the next two installments are going to happen now that CCJ has distribution.   Thanks again to everyone who came out & supported the film!

The Sunscreen Film Festival has encouraged the creation & production of independent film in Florida since 2005.  THE SSFF has the specific objective to promote works by filmmakers by conducting educational programs that teach the art & science of film making.  Created by Tony Armer & Derek Minor, SSFF is working to increase the public’s awareness & support of local film making as a local asset.  Going into its 5th year, the SSFF has qualified to be the first film festival in the Clearwater/St. Petersburg area for an Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences grant.  This will allow short film maker winners to become eligible for Oscar consideration. 

Click Clack Jack was shown at the venue, Bayside Muvico Theatres on Saturday, May 2nd at 11:00 a.m.  We had a decent size audience & many showed great support!  The closing ceremony & awards presentation party was immense fun.  The crew was able to re-connect with many of the film makers we had befriended earlier in the festival & discuss future projects & possible collaborations.  Jeffery Donovan was there from USA’s Burn Notice making the rounds & talking with many of the crowd.  We are looking forward to the future of Click Clack Jack.

Great Turnout for CCJ at GIFF

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

Click Clack Jack had a wonderful turnout for the screening at the Gasparilla International Film Festival (GIFF) in Channelside Cinemas.  The film translated amazingly on the Digital Theatre System Channelside runs.  We could hear all of the kids who were watching cheer for our hero & laugh at the Baron’s thugs.  Everyone seemed to have a good time.  Ryan, Keith & I held a discussion after the film & received many great questions & kudos on our work.  Many wanted to know when the next film for CCJ was to come & we reassured everyone that it’s being worked on as we speak.  Click Clack is having a great run in the festival circuits including the Macon Georgia Film & Video Festival (MAGA) which ran from February 19th to the 22nd in historic downtown Macon.  Thanks again to everyone who came out & supported the film!