Jamie & Jessie are Not Together …. support Queer Film!

Wendy Jo Carlton is a friend from way back and a very talented filmmaker and all around great person.  Her latest project is “Jamie & Jessie are Not Together”  and she needs our help in order to make the project a reality.  She’s looking for about $4000 more to be pledged within the next 57 hours.  Can you pitch in $10, $20, more?  Each contribution level comes with a reward as well as the satisfaction that you are supporting quality queer film making.  There’s a little video on that sight with Wenjo explaining the project and her goals.

You may have heard of Wendy Jo before, she was the director of Hannah Free, an award winning film starring Sharon Gless, now available on DVD and novelized by Claudia Allen.

Please consider contributing to this film.

 

Wendy Jo Carlton is a filmmaker, writer, and photographer with a background in radio production, teaching, and media activism. Carlton is a former artist-in-residence at 911 Media Arts in Seattle and a recipient of the Navona Fellowship from the University of Illinois Chicago, where she earned a graduate degree in film/new media. Her award-winning narrative and experimental short films have screened internationally, including the American Film Institute, Sundance, and many other festivals. In addition to founding a media literacy program for teen girls called Chicks Make Flicks, Carlton works as a field producer for Sirius Radio and PBS Television and teaches at Columbia College.

Wendy Jo directed Emmy-award winning actor Sharon Gless in the title role of the feature film, Hannah Free, now out on DVD through Wolfe Video and iTunes.

“Jamie & Jessie are Not Together” is Wendy Jo’s third feature film project as director, and she is also the screenwriter.

Wendy Jo is currently developing other feature film projects for the future of the production company, Juicy Planet Pictures.

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