Jamie and Jessie are Not Together

Have you ever fallen hard for your best friend?

A friend of mine makes queer movies, really good ones and this latest one is no exception.   Help Wendy Jo Carlton and the rest of the JJNT crew bring it to the Castro Theater for its World Premiere:

Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together” is a queer Romantic Comedy– with original MUSICAL numbers! It’s an engaging story about two young women whose codependent relationship is fraught with erotic tension; good friends who need to figure out how to grow together or how to grow apart.

“Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together” was just invited to makes its World Premiere at the fabulous Castro Theater in San Francisco in late June, as part of the Frameline International Film Festival!

But to be able complete the movie in time and take advantage of this awesome opportunity, we need this one last push of support from the community!

After shooting the film in Chicago in Fall 2010, we have been working very hard to bring this lesbian love story to the world. The IndieGoGo funds will be used for professional SOUND DESIGN and the Opening and Closing TITLE Sequences.
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Starring Jacqui Jackson and Jessica London-Shields, “Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together” is a refreshing and fabulously entertaining movie with an original queer voice. In addition to the musical numbers, the soundtrack includes music from Tegan and Sara, Sera Cahoone, Anomie Belle, Ripley Caine, The Action Design, and The Icicles.
Carlton’s previous feature, Hannah Free, stars the charismatic, Emmy-winning Sharon Gless of “Queer as Folk” and “Burn Notice”, and has received 5 audience awards for Best Narrative film. It is currently being distributed globally (Wolfe Video) and digitally (iTunes/Netflix/Comcast).

 

For more information, photos, info about cast and crew, see the film’s website.  To contribute to the cause, see the IndieGoGo fundraising page and pitch in what you can.

 

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One Response to Jamie and Jessie are Not Together

  1. Roxy says:

    I really enjoyed Hannah Free – although a bit over dramatic, it had an AMAZING love scene in a barn – and am really looking forward to seeing this. It’s really wonderfully cool that the director’s a friend of yours, too. I’m really glad to have been able to support it a bit myself, and am really hopeful a few more folks can join in.

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