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As many of you know, JFH is produced by ReelwUrld, a social film studio that makes movies with the world. ReelwUrld is building a new form of filmmaking where anyone with a phone can join a movie or TV show cast and create, just like social media, but within a story that connects all of the content (aka a crowdsourced cinematic universe). JFH is our first crowdsourced cinematic universe, but we want to build a lot more universes this year, and we’ll need your help.

To celebrate the New Year, ReelwUrld launched its first equity crowdfunding campaign. This means you have the opportunity to invest and be a part of the company, sharing in the success of our content and technology. The “U” in ReelwUrld stands for you, because you are who actually brings our vision to life. Whether you're creating content, just watching, or decide to invest, you are a vital part of our community and we’re so grateful for you.

Looking into the New Year, we look forward to a world where everyone creates characters and stories together—as if the world itself is one big cinematic universe, ripe with the authenticity, courage, and integrity that makes both a good story, and a better world.

And on the topic of making the world a better place, don’t forget to RSVP for Tuesday’s Hero Training, Tai Chi to the People. JFH Founder and 3x Tai Chi world champion Jan Lucanus hosts a weekly, donation based class to support noble causes.

As always, thank you for being a part of our community. If you need a hero, or you are one, join us.

The JFH universe is growing! Justice For Hire episode 2, “Bradley and the Black Straw Hat,” is available to stream now. In the second episode, Sudden KO has an awkward run-in with underground JFH team The Infinites and field agent The Black Straw Hat.

Yep, there’s teams now. And yes, there are more kick-ass team-ups on the way. Episode 2 won us the Best Web Series and Best VFX award at WarnerMedia’s Urban Action Showcase last year. Check it out below.

Join us.

The first episode of the ReelwUrld produced and award-winning series Justice For Hire is here!

Based on the martial arts comic book of the same name, Justice for Hire (aka JFH) imagines a world with crowdsourced justice—ordinary people can open the JFH app and either hire a hero, or become a hero and get paid.

In episode 01, JFH Heroes Elixir, Slug, Noctis, and ak1_dr team-up to help their Client Anabel retrieve her stolen purse. This is only the beginning. New episodes drop every two weeks.

If you need a hero, or you are one, join us.

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