Friday, April 22, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Justice Productions Receives Sponsorship from Local Catering Hall for Web Series

MONROE TOWNSHIP, NJ – As independent film group Justice Productions continues their fundraising campaign for their new web series, ‘Duo of Justice,’ they are one giant step closer to their financial goal via Larry Fundler, general manager of the Grand Marquis of Old Bridge.
Justice was very excited to hear Fundler’s interest in the project, who was mutually exhilarated to be a part of this endeavor. The partnership has a shared understanding and anticipation of the progression of web television and the impact it will have on media and entertainment. Both Justice and Fundler are invigorated for the series, hoping for it to be at the forefront of independent web television.
“Mr. Fundler’s extremely generous donation ensures Justice Productions’ opportunity to make this series with the highest production quality,” says Doug Seidel, Justice Productions founder and executive producer of the series. “It is truly gratifying to have someone like him on our team; someone who is a fan of what we do and believer in what we can accomplish with ‘Duo of Justice.’ We are grateful for his sponsorship and overall support.”
The next few months will be extremely busy for Justice Productions. As their scripts become officially locked, pre-production is set to begin later this month, which includes securing the cast and crew, obtaining necessary locations and completing organizational paperwork. As well, Justice will continuously market their new series, ensuring a large fan base come time for the premiere, as well as having the potential for future sponsors.
The Grand Marquis is an exquisite catering hall located on Route 9 in Old Bridge, New Jersey. They specialize in all catered affairs, including weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs and sweet sixteen’s. For more information on the Grand Marquis, please visit www.grandmarquiscaterers.com or call (732)-679-5700.
To donate to ‘Duo of Justice,’ please go to www.indiegogo.com/Webseries-of-Justice. For all information on Justice Productions, including their previous work, links to their social media pages, and member biographies, visit www.justice-productions.com.

Monday, April 11, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Justice Productions Continues to Plan Large and Fundraise for Web Series Project.

MONROE TOWNSHIP, NJ - Local independent filmmaking group Justice Productions is feverishly dedicated to ensuring the high production value and success of their new web series, ‘Duo of Justice,’ about a pair of roommates who become superheroes to defend their community from a computer virus gone awry.
As of now, the ten-part script is to be locked by April 17, 2011, when the creative team will meet to finalize any necessary changes. Once that is completed, Justice will be able to begin the pre-production process, which includes preparation of paperwork, scheduling the overall production and organizing the cast and crew.
As Justice awaits the imminent completion of the script, other aspects of the series’ production are in motion. A marketing campaign is underway to garner the attention of the series, the production company, and to fundraise from private investors as a means of startup capital. Justice Productions has set up an account with IndieGoGo, a website that allows independent artists of varying types to promote their project and request a goal amount of funds from private investors, with specific perks given in return for each level of donations. Members of Justice have linked the fundraising utility on their social media feeds – such as Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, etc. – to garner attention from as wide array of investors as possible. Depending on the amount of money an investor is willing to contribute, perks range from a special thanks in the end credits of the series, to business logos and contact information in the credits, to video advertisements before each episode, to executive producer credit.
The funds raised will go towards all production costs, including necessary props and costumes, food, post-production materials and marketing collateral such as business cards and posters.
            “We really want this to become the flagship project for Justice Productions,” says Doug Seidel, company founder and star of the web series. “This is the one that will launch us to a new level of production value and viewership. We are doing all we can to ensure that this hope becomes a reality.”
To donate to ‘Duo of Justice,’ please go to www.indiegogo.com/Webseries-of-Justice. For all information on Justice Productions, including their previous work, links to their social media pages, and member biographies, visit www.justice-productions.com.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Project Twenty1 of Justice - Day 4 "Can you say Location?"

With a finished script, now we need a place to shoot it. ; Plus play the line game!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Project Twenty1 of Justice - Day 3 "Getting past the speed bump"

Writer's block is a disease that effects 9 out of 10 writers. ; And Cyd happens to be one of the 9.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

21 days of Justice 1.01 "Let's Kickstart the Adventure"

Project Twenty1 is stolen, and it is now up to The Green Dawn and the Golden Eagle to find it!

Project Twenty1 of Justice: Day 2 - Sickness sets in

Wrap up at the wedding, and now Doug gets a cold!

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Mid Atlantic Championships

This past weekend Justice filmed a Martial Arts tournament and Tricking event. You can now pre-order the event DVD off our website or here.







It was an exciting weekend and we should have some footage up this week!