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.
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 […]
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!
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!
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!
While shooting in Boston for Finding Jenn’s Voice, we took a trip over to Harvard Square to ask the question, “What do you think is the leading cause of death during pregnancy?” The look on this girl’s face when we tell her it is homicide says it all…
One of our favorite shooting locations, Sweet Street Desserts! Had a blast running around the factory and cafe with Kevin Hackenberg getting great shots for Sandy Solmon’s Stay Amazed video. Of course our favorite part of the day was lunch! Yum!