What would you do if you knew?
Greetings from Portland, Oregon!
Thank you for your support of our feature film CHANCE DAY!
Your donation is tax-deductible through our fiscal sponsor, Humanitarian Social Innovations. Monies will be kept in escrow until final funding is secured. We will be fully insured and obtain a completion bond before filming commences.
This inspirational drama is about what happens when two diagnoses are switched at a busy hospital — one with only 30 days — and how two women change their lives and in doing so, help others.
CHANCE DAY is full of hope and determination. We believe it is very important to make films like this.
Here are our reasons:
Matisse was still making art in his eighties and while bedridden and confined
to a wheelchair.
Alex, one of the female leads in CHANCE DAY, emulates her muse and paints her last messages to her daughter on public buildings around Portland, Oregon.
The message of our feature film CHANCE DAY honors his determination, and Alex’s to live the life they were meant to lead.
Join us as an Art Patron!
Henri Matisse’s “Cut-Out “Art: The Parrot and The
WOMEN & GIRLS MATTER
feature film CHANCE DAY spotlights social injustices against women and girls
and offers solutions to our audiences.
Vine, the other female lead imparts life advice that she was saving for her daughter to the other second graders at the school where she still works. Soon, the girls begin to confide in Vine about their silenced situations at their homes.
Vine helps helps the girls and their mothers, and ultimately herself, too. Alex also steps in to help and pay for the school improvements. Together through art and sports, Alex and Vine build confidence, courage, and community.
CHANCE DAY is a heart-warming and a heart-breaking story written for, by, and about women; a lot like real life.
After filming our feature film, we’ll ‘pay-it-forward’ with donations of our props and wardrobe to local charities to help women and girls. Please help us now, so we can help empower women and girls tomorrow.
Join us as an Angel Donor of Women and Girls.
In our feature film CHANCE DAY, we believe in the importance of playing basketball, tennis, soccer — any sport — and for fun!
When girls and women play, they develop confidence, courage, and community.
Help us also to bring the “World Legend of Soccer” Pelé and two-time World Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist Julie Foudy to Portland to be part of our movie CHANCE DAY.
These two, iconic professional athletes will interact with the second graders and their moms.
Join us a Sports Sponsor!
Our feature film CHANCE DAY is a ‘green’ screenplay, which means our actors talk about, wear, or carry props to show how easy it is to “Be Green!”
At JML Films LLC, we run ‘green’ film sets because we believe it’s important to walk the talk, too.
One person can make a difference. Together, we will.
Join us as a ‘Green’ Partner for our Earth!
SUPPORT A FEMALE FILMMAKER
JML Film LLC was founded on the ethics of Justice, Mercy, and Love.
Since 2015, Jill Murphy Long has written, directed and produced more than 35 short films now being recognized on the international and national film festival circuit.
JML Films LLC will be casting this female-centric film CHANCE DAY with two female leads Alex and Vine and introducing a seven year old girl, Zadie.
Please support the local cast and crew including 3 cats, a seagull, and the parents of the young actors in this creative collaboration, who will help out by being our extras. Help us help them be on film set Spring 2020.
We’ll also provide paid apprenticeships to those seeking a career in film.
For more about our feature film and others, please visit: https://www.jmlfilms.com
us as an Advocate for Female
In the message box on the information page, please indicate how you want to be credited:
Angel Donor of Women and Girls
Advocate for Female Filmmakers
Any amount counts. Any amount helps. Please donate and share this page.
For your donation, you’ll receive a tax-deductible receipt from our fiscal sponsor, Humanitarian Social Innovations. Thank you for your support!
Humanitarian Social Innovations (46-4779591) treats funds received for the purpose of this program as restricted under the charitable trust doctrine. All funds, minus their 10% administrative fees, are dedicated to the purpose of this program and will not be used to pay the expenses of another.