Thursday, January 24 Â· 7 pm Friday, January 25 Â· 7 pm & 9 pm Saturday, January 26 Â· 7 pm & 9 pm Gold Town Nickelodeon
Get your free tickets at the Alaska Robotics Gallery at 220 Front St between Gross Alaska Theatre and the Viking Bar. Call 523-0303 if you need directions.
We are still accepting films and the deadline is Friday, January 18. You can turn them in at Alaska Robotics or Lucid Reverie. Check out the submission guidelines for more information, and make sure to include the submission form with your film.
I just found out that the movie called WildLike that is going to be partly filmed here next week is looking for extras for a couple of days. The woman mentioned to me Friday and Sunday. they need about 15 people. I am helping out on Sunday. here is the contact info. spread the word!
Needing Background talent IN JUNEAU for a Feature Film the 1st week of September. All interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org with current photo and contact info. Call or Text Stacy Boles at 907-738-0324 AFTER you submitted required info so she can put you on the Roster!
7 & 9 Saturday, August 18th
4 & 7 Sunday, August 19th
The Never Sets Festival is part of the Institute of the North’s “Week of the Arctic” and will be sharing a collection of films from across the state of Alaska. Admission is a steal at $5. Come grab some popcorn and watch some films by and about Alaskans.
New policy. We’re going to try to avoid screening pitch videos at the JUMP film festivals. There are a whole grocery list of reasons why but mostly, we feel like the JUMP Society film festival is the wrong environment for that sort of thing.
But you know what is the right environment? This website! If anyone is trying to raise funds for local film projects, I’ll be happy to embed your pitch video right here.
From yaks to kayaks, Juneau filmmaker Saffron Hayes is working to complete a documentary which he started shooting in 2004 about his travels through India, Nepal, and Alaska.
During his travels, he documented traditional ways of life in remote wilderness while exploring how different cultures deal with the psychological difficulties accompanied by a post-modern society.
So if this sounds interesting, you can jump in and support Saffron in telling his story and completing his project of eight years. Here’s the pitch…
If I was trying to explain the JUMP Society to someone I would show them this video.
Then I would show this video…. unless they’re afraid of zombies.
Thanks to our intern, Lael, for making these awesome shorts and helping us get the word out about the festival. We’re always accepting submissions and this is the place to keep up to date on our goings on.
This summer show is our tenth anniversary, hope you can make it!