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FILMMAKING

These Boots are Made for Walken – Filmmaking
The Back Nine – Filmmaking
MOONSHINE - Filmmaking
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THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKEN

Every time Ronnie gets his heart broken he takes on the persona of one of his favorite actors. This time, it's Christopher Walken. Ronnie's brother, Benny, has always been the one to snap him out of it. Unfortunately, this time Ronnie has committed himself to a mental institution. When Benny meets a damsel in distress in the hospital waiting room, he hatches an idea. One that might not only save his brother and free an innocent pooch, but lift the spirits of the damsel's dance-deprived grandmother. 

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THE BACK NINE

A psychological thriller about an ambitious young investment banker who gets an opportunity to pitch his security software to his boss, the bank's CEO, on the golf course. But when a dangerous stranger joins the group, the plan and the game get derailed on The Back Nine...

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Best Drama Script

Gold Star Movie

Awards

(2021)

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Official Selection

Drama Inc. Screenplay

Competition

(2020)

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Official Selection

Atlanta International

Screenplay Awards

(2020)

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MOONSHINE

This story lives in the fabric of late 1950s Americana when the best race car drivers were racing on dirt tracks by day and runnin' illegal moonshine by night. Runnin' moonshine is in young Pepper Barnes' blood, but his heart is on those dirt racetracks. Pepper's on one last moonshine run when the unthinkable happens, giving him no choice but to let his family and friends take him for dead. That's when Pepper Barnes' journey really begins. 

As an action/drama of distilled America, Moonshine is a classic tale with bittersweet visuals about family and loss; universal cornerstones that our country was built on.

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Best Feature

Screenplay

Silver Mask Live

Festival

(2023)

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Semi-Finalist

Sunvale Screenplay

Contest

(2023)

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Official Selection

Summer in the South

Film Festival

(2021)

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Screenplay

Quarter-Finalist

Atlanta International

Screenplay Awards

(2020)

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Official Selection

Scriptmatix

(2023)

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Best Plot

Goldstar Movie

Awards

(2021)

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Screenplay

Quarter-Finalist

The Script Lab

Screenplay Contest

(2020)

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Screenplay Finalist

Peachtree Village

International Film

Festival

(2018)

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Official Selection

Markham International

Festival

(2023)

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 CHICKENNIBAL 

CHICKENNIBAL

Once he got a taste for it...

 

... he could think of almost nothing else.

CHICKENNIBAL is the first account on record of a chicken crazy for the taste of chicken, his exploits in acquiring some, and his subsequent incarceration.

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WILD BILL IN WINTER

An antic-filled day in the life of "Wild" Bill Gentry as he wrestles with his demons and his manhood after a life-altering surgery and copes with the death of his daughter. A true tall tale.

Finalist

Sunvale Screenplay

Contest

(2023)

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Official Selection

Scriptmatix

(2023)

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Festival's

Special Mention

Goldstar Movie

Awards

(2021)

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Official Selection

Summer in the South

Film Festival

(2021)

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Screenplay Finalist

Peachtree Village

International Film

Festival

(2018)

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THE MONEY BELT

A regular "Joe" stumbles upon a double murder scene at a remote desert motel and finds a big, fat money belt. It made him richer, but not smarter.

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Official Selection

Slamdance Film

Festival

(2004)

Chickennibal
Wild Billi Winter
Chickennibal 2
Oh, Brother! 2-2
Tiger Lillies | (1:13:23)
Permanent Midnight Music Video | Saucey Monky | (2:30)
The Nosey Postman | (2:58)
A Singular Kinda Guy – David Ives | (8:08)
PROTECT(h)ER | (2:19)
Ho'ike | (2:07:11)
The Money Belt | (22:37)
Moonshine Teaser | (1:37)
Moonshine Campaign Short | (3:22)
These Boots are Made for Walken | Trailer (2:08)
These Boots are Made for Walken | (24:20)
The Warehouse | Trailer (2:04)
SPEC Lincoln Commercials | (2:06)
Arts & Grooves | (44:22)
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ABOUT 12-J PRODUCTIONS

12-J Productions was founded by Jeremy Pack and is credited with producing much of the work showcased on this page.

 

The moniker "12-J" is derived from the original animated version of Dr. Seuss' "Horton Hears a Who." In the story, in the Jungle of Nool, as Horton the elephant bathes in a watering hole, a small speck of dust floats by him. He hears a call for help coming from the dust speck and, thinking someone is living on it, saves it from going over a waterfall. He sets it on top of a clover and discovers it is home to a tiny town called Whoville, home to the microscopic Whos. In the end, a field is being plowed for development, which threatens the existence of Whoville. Horton and all the townwhos do all they can to make it known their civilization exists but to no avail. When all looks to be lost, a baby Who is born in Room 12-J of an apartment building. That baby's first cry is the sound that finally escapes convincing man of the Who's existence and saving "Whoville" from destruction. Yeah, that's where 12-J Productions is coming from. www.twelvejayproductions.com

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List of 166

Through Jeremy's experiences and escapades in the film business he still feels like he is a cinephile like no other and a serious student of the game. Since he was a young pup and when in college, double majoring in Psychology and Economics & Business, he decided to make it his life's occupation.

 

During his study, he worked for Big Al's Video store in Abingdon, VA, for two years. He stills claims that he couldn't pass by three VHS boxes in a row without having seen at least one of them, except for horror. He's not a fan. He became very good at cataloguing; from almost any movie, the actors, directors, cinematographers. He plays his own version of 6th Degrees to Kevin Bacon and will run it all day and all night long. While living in L.A., it would get to where people there would finally say 'all right, enough.' In fact, one of his favorite things to do besides talking about film is finding out a person's favorite movies, actors, or directors and suggesting movies they should watch based on that. Hit him up for a conversation and test his knowledge for personalized movie recommendations. Ask Jeremy about his List of 166.

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