Joanie4Jackie

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'''Joanie4Jackie''' is a zine on film created by [[Miranda July]].
'''Joanie4Jackie''' is a zine on film created by [[Miranda July]].
   
   
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Each issue consisted of approximately a dozen short films sent in to '''Joanie4Jackie''' by women across North America  and Europe. These were compiled onto a video cassette, which was then sent to participants and subscribers, as well as being for sale to interested parties. The compilations were also screened at film festivals and DIY movie screenings.  Notable DIY filmmakers who have contributed to the project include [[Mary Billyou]],  [[Tammy Rae Carland]],  [[Lisa Hammer]], [[K8 Hardy]],  [[Sarah Jacobson]], [[G.B. Jones]],  [[Tara Mateik]] and Miranda July herself. Begun in 1996, each issue was a "Chainletter":
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Each issue consists of approximately a dozen short films sent in to '''Joanie4Jackie''' by women across North America  and Europe. They are compiled onto a video cassette, which was then sent to participants and subscribers, as well as being for sale to interested parties. The compilations are also screened at film festivals and DIY movie screenings.  Notable DIY filmmakers who have contributed to the project include [[Mary Billyou]],  [[Tammy Rae Carland]],  [[Lisa Hammer]], [[K8 Hardy]],  [[Sarah Jacobson]], [[G.B. Jones]],  [[Tara Mateik]] and Miranda July herself. Begun in 1996, each issue was a "Chainletter":
* "Velvet Chainletter" (1996)
* "Velvet Chainletter" (1996)
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* "Me & My Chainletter" (2002)
* "Me & My Chainletter" (2002)
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The project was originally titled "Big Miss Movieola", but legal threats from the owners of the word 'Movieola'  forced July to change the name of her project to '''Joanie4Jackie'''. The project was envisioned as a way to encourage women to make films and as a vehicle to have their films seen by others. The Chainletter series contributed to the explosion of the DIY filmmaking scene of the '90's that continues today. Miranda July is also the director of the feature film ''You And Me And Everyone We Know''.
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The project was originally titled "Big Miss Movieola", but legal threats from the owners of the word 'Movieola'  forced July to change the name of her project to '''Joanie4Jackie'''. The project was envisioned as a way to encourage women to make films and as a vehicle to have their films seen by others. The Chainletter series contributed to the explosion of the DIY filmmaking scene of the '90's that continues today. Miranda July is also the director of the feature film ''You And Me And Everyone We Know''.
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Revision as of 08:57, 12 November 2006

Joanie4Jackie is a zine on film created by Miranda July.

Each issue consists of approximately a dozen short films sent in to Joanie4Jackie by women across North America and Europe. They are compiled onto a video cassette, which was then sent to participants and subscribers, as well as being for sale to interested parties. The compilations are also screened at film festivals and DIY movie screenings. Notable DIY filmmakers who have contributed to the project include Mary Billyou, Tammy Rae Carland, Lisa Hammer, K8 Hardy, Sarah Jacobson, G.B. Jones, Tara Mateik and Miranda July herself. Begun in 1996, each issue was a "Chainletter":

  • "Velvet Chainletter" (1996)
  • "Underwater Chainletter" (1996)
  • "U-Matic Chanletter" (1997)
  • "Silver Chainletter" (1998)
  • "CherryCherry Chainletter" (1998)
  • "MIA Chainletter" (1998)
  • "Break My Chainletter" (1999)
  • "Banana Chainletter" (2000)
  • "Ball And Chainletter" (2000)
  • "Perfect 10 Chainletter" (2000)
  • "2001: A Chainletter" (2001)
  • "Who Stole My Chainletter?" (2002)
  • "Me & My Chainletter" (2002)

The project was originally titled "Big Miss Movieola", but legal threats from the owners of the word 'Movieola' forced July to change the name of her project to Joanie4Jackie. The project was envisioned as a way to encourage women to make films and as a vehicle to have their films seen by others. The Chainletter series contributed to the explosion of the DIY filmmaking scene of the '90's that continues today. Miranda July is also the director of the feature film You And Me And Everyone We Know.

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