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What’s New at Schott Productions?

It’s been quite a while since we posted anything… so here’s quick update (i.e. excuse as to why we’re so poor at self-marketing!) We’ve been kind of busy:

  • FINDING JENN’S VOICE - our award winning documentary film about Intimate Partner homicide has been very well received by professional audiences everywhere, who just love to bring Tracy to their conferences and educational events…so she’s been on the road a bit, dividing her time as a filmmaker/social worker!
  • We have 2 new documentaries in development – BLACKOUT GIRL (with author Jennifer Storm) on the relationship between trauma and addiction; and a cool project on the history of Reading and Berks County PA (actually started shooting this one!)
  • We recently shot FRANKLIN STREET STATION – a pilot for a television show created by Santo Marabella and directed by Tracy
  • We’re in development on another television project (a dramedy of sorts) called LE BON CHEF, which Tracy is co-writing with Sue Lange.
  • There are a number of commercial and corporate projects in house (that actually pay the bills!)
  • AND Tracy is the Creative Director of ReadingFilmFEST for the 4th year…IMG_9123

 


Finding Jenn’s Voice Educational DVDs Available!

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We’re happy to announce that DVDs for educational screenings are now available. The DVDs include the full film, plus extra content not previously seen. Additionally, you’ll gain access to online content to help your organization discuss the film and gain insight into the issues of intimate partner homicide, intimate partner violence and the risks of pregnancy.

Click here to learn more!


Finding Jenn’s Voice – That’s a wrap!

After 3 1/2 years of interviewing, traveling, researching, grant-writing, fundraising, filming, writing, and editing…it’s done! Creating Finding Jenn’s Voice has been an overwhelming and ultimately gratifying experience. Many thanks to all of you who supported this important project!

A feature documentary, Finding Jenn’s Voice examines the 2011 murder of Jennifer Snyder and explores the risks of intimate partner homicide. Learn more about the film at https://FindingJennsVoice.com.


Finding Jenn’s Voice gets the Green Light!

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We’re gonna make a movie. We’re gonna make a movie!!!!

So thrilled to announce that at 5:44 PM tonight Seed & Spark gave us the Green Light for our campaign! That means that we reached the 80% threshold necessary to collect all pledged funds. We are currently less than $8500 from reaching our $50,000 goal with one day left on our campaign!
Thank you to all of you who donated to the film, posted about it, called your friends and shared our passion for completing this film. You made it happen, and I couldn’t be more grateful! If you haven’t yet found the time to contribute, no worries! We still have till midnight Friday. You could be the one who puts us over the top to reach our goal!
www.seedandspark.com/studio/finding-jenns-voice
Come out tomorrow night and celebrate with us at Cafe Sweet Street. Just send me an email if you plan to attend. It will truly by a Celebration!!
Closing Night Invite!

Closing Night Invite!


Finding Jenn’s Voice Launches Seed&Spark Campaign!

On Tuesday July 29th, we will launch the Seed&Spark Campaign for Finding Jenn’s Voice, our documentary film on intimate partner homicide – the leading cause of death during pregnancy! Please consider making a donation at www.seedandspark.com/studio/finding-jenns-voice.

Click here for a sneak preview of our campaign pitch video!


Summer plans!

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After 5 busy months of commercial production work, we’re looking forward to stepping up the production of Finding Jenn’s Voice and launching our Seed&Spark crowdfunding campaign for the film. Please follow us at www.findingjennsvoice.com and on our Finding Jenn’s Voice Facebook page.

Happy Summer!


Some people will do anything to get noticed!

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Sometimes you have to consider the absurd, like wearing a melon on your head, to get your audience’s attention. Yes, that melon head is Tracy’s son…Curtis Case is sporting much more sophisticated headgear! Kudos to the crew at Berks and Beyond for stepping outside the expected to tell their story!


Staying Amazed!

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Sandy Solmon at the Cipriani Hotel in NYC receiving Cornell’s School of Hospitality’s Innovator’s Award. Sandy and our video got a standing ovation!!


Contact Us

800.995.5963

info@schottproductions.com

Schott Productions
" ... finding and sharing the stories of our lives that matter"