THANK YOU for creating such dynamic scenes for next month’s Action Scene Competition in partnership with WarnerMedia’s Urban Action Showcase. You can watch all the submissions here.
It’s important to note that even though the submission deadline to be considered in the official Urban Action Showcase competition is closed, you can still complete this Challenge on the JFH app. It won’t be on the Urban Action Showcase panel in November, but we’d still love to share your scene with the JFH community at the next Hero Meetup.
Speaking of Hero Meetups, last week’s was special because every Hero/Villain who attended has made content on the JFH app! Elixir, Yulong, Vengeance, Armored Knight, Guru Mer Kaba, Tai Chi Wonder, Creator, Sensei Claus, and Rag Doll—Thank you all for joining! Watch Hero Meetup XXII below.
Again, thank you all for being a part of this growing community. We’re bound to grow exponentially in the next 6 months with our production company ReelwUrld’s equity crowdfunding campaign launching in the coming days. The spirit, talent and storytelling prowess in the Justice For Hire community proves that ReelwUrld’s focus on audience-first filmmaking is the future of filmmaking.
What is equity crowdfunding? Equity crowdfunding means that in addition to being a part of the JFH community, you can own a part of the company that produces JFH. Investors for the first $150K of ReelwUrld’s campaign will get a 30% bonus on their investment. 50K of eligible bonus shares have already been claimed. It’s really important to us that ReelwUrld is a fan-owned company because you, the creators, come first.
ReelwUrld is testing the waters to evaluate investor interest. No money or other consideration is being solicited; if sent, it will not be accepted. No offer to buy securities will be accepted. No part of the purchase price will be received until a Form C is filed and, then, only through WeFunder. Any indication of interest has no obligation or commitment of any kind.