“Jack and Ella” is a controversial interracial love story seven years in the making, and four days into filming. And, like many a small indie film out there, the “Jack and Ella” team have taken promotional matters into their own crafty hands and created an official film website for the curious.
Visitors to the [ official “Jack and Ella” site ] can check out a day-by-day filming diary and some lovely original “Jack and Ella” artwork. The director and writer of the film, Brenda Keesal, also pops up in a streaming online interview. For fun, you can also play around with the scattered “Jack and Ella” Favorite Links…including “The World of Leo Buscagila”.
Posted on November 3, 2000 in News by Film Threat Staff
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