The Juke Joint in Acton – A Blues Community is a music documentary and concert film, currently in production and for public audiences. It celebrates and promotes the history, community, music and cultural significance of a unique, private, rural blues venue, The Juke Joint in Acton, Ontario, and is a tribute to its late founder and well know music promotor, Stew Laing. Visit the movie website.
The Juke Joint in Acton - A Blues Community is a film about
Watch The Juke Joint in Acton - A Blues Community trailer, here:
Please support the film – donate, sponsor, share on social media. We are also reaching out to the corporate and local business communities and applying for grants to reach the full production budget of $50,000. Note that a portion of the fundraising proceeds will be shared with Guitars for Kids Toronto, which collects and spruces up donated guitars to give kids in our community a chance to develop their budding musical talent.
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Please donate using PayPal. You select the amount you want to donate. This can be a one time donation or a monthly donation.
10% of your support will be shared with our partner
Guitars for Kids Toronto
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Please support the music and the musicians by sponsoring or advertising in the film. Multiple screenings and festival entries to come.
For limited 2022 season advertising and sponsorship opportunities in the film, at the venue and in distribution, please contact:
Eric Doubt, Producer email@example.com. 905-510-0401
Proposed Project Timeline
Producer – Eric Doubt
Director/Art director – Peter Perko
Editor – Ash Varma
Co-editor/Videographer – Mac Hunter
Kim Duncanson – co-founder The Juke Joint in Acton
Erik Schubert – co-founder
Alex Carter – music consultant
Sue Walker – social media consultant
Lori McCabe – web design