Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Click Clack Jack is a Finalist at the San Antonio Christian Film Festival

Click Clack Jack has been selected as a Finalist at the 2008 San Antonio Christian International Film Festival! Please visit http://www.independentchristianfilms.com/program/default.asp?year=2009&id=f09143&mode=entry.

Click Clack Jack to be screened at the NYIIFF

Click Clack Jack will host a booth at the 2008 NYIIFF in LA. Opening ceremonies will begin Dec. 4 at 7:00pm. CCJ will be screened on Tuesday, Dec. 9th at 8:00pm. For more info on the
festival, visit http://www.nyfilmvideo.com/

Click Clack Jack is Official Selection at Kid's First Festival

Now in its ninth year, the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival is a showcase for children's films, TV shows and DVDs from major studios and independent filmmakers. The festival is a traveling, year-round festival that partners with more than 120 venues nationwide who host more than 10,000 screenings of KIDS FIRST! films to an an audience of more than one million!
Youth are given a true voice - as curators, as audience members, as film critics, as volunteer staff and as filmmakers showing their work. In 2008, almost one-third of the films accepted were from student filmmakers.
All films screened during the year, from September to September, are eligible for the KIDS FIRST! Best Awards, awarded annually in October. For details on our 2008 Event, go here.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Click Clack Jack took home two prestigious awards at the 2008 WYSIWYG Film Festival in San Francisco. Winning for Best Production Value and Film of the Year!

Thursday, November 6, 2008

CCJ at the 2008 WYSIWYG Christian Film Festival

Click Clack Jack will be screened at the WYSIWYG Film Festival on Friday, November 7 between 7-10pm. Thanks to Mike Muscat, our museum guide, we were able to secure a perfect time slot. Thanks Mike for being available! For more information about the festival visit: http://www.wysiwygfilmworks.com/.

Click Clack Jack launches official website!

The official website for Click Clack Jack is now up and running! Please visit us at http://www.clickclackjack.com/! We want to say a huge thank you to Troy Newport and the creative team at Webtivity Designs for hearing our vision and taking us right where we wanted to go! Troy showed great patience, professionalism and wonderful insight that we so appreciate. You can see many of their wonderful sites at http://www.webtivitydesigns.com/.

Click Clack Jack is an Official Selection at Florida Media Market

Click Clack Jack, A Rail Legend made its festival debuit at the Florida Media Market Festival in late October. Keith and Ryan and Britton were on hand to meet, greet and soak in the Festival's many panel discussions and most importantly to pitch the film to industry execs. It was a huge victory for our independent faith based film as it was not only an "Official" selection but also as a finalist in the category of TV programming. Click Clack Jack has been submitted to over 40 festivals nationwide. With festivals in CA, CO, WA, NC and the list goes on! Keep coming back as we will be posting the schedule as we receive our letters of acceptance into each festival. Watch for one in your area!

Monday, May 5, 2008

First Baptist Palmetto screens Click Clack Jack

First Baptist of Palmetto hosted the first Church Premier of ClickClackJack on Sunday, May 4th! First Palmetto is the home church of Keith Peyton Thomas who is the Executive Producer and Lead Actor in Click Clack Jack. The film opened to a packed house of over 500 church and community members! The film ended with a standing ovation! "It was completely overwhelming response!" said Keith, the Executive Producer of ClickClackJack. Several of the cast members were in attendance for the premier. Peyton Thomas (Keith's son), Kendall Ganey, Montana and Dayton Modderman were on hand to lend their support! Ryan Bodie, the Co-Producer and Director was there to film audience reactions. Kids were so excited about the film and I had a line waiting to give their opinion on camera!" Bodie stated. "Everyone was incredibly supportive and encouraging." Bodie said about the congregation of First Baptist. The response was unanimous, ClickClackJack kept audience members intrigued, entertained and left them with a clear message of respect and God's unconditional love for mankind!