Jennifer Massey News
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Jennifer stars in a new indie short entitled Number One with a Bullet. The film, produced by Joy Haynes and Tohubohu Productions, was shot on location in and around Washington, DC.

The project is currently in post production, due to be completed sometime in 2009. To read more about the film and view the trailer, visit TohubohuProductions.com.

SYNOPSIS:
Jack Reade (ERIK SYNNESTVEDT) is a mild-mannered academic who finally has a chance to publish his own "great American novel".... Jack is thrilled, UNTIL Pete (WHALEN J. LAURENCE), a smug and influential editor, informs Jack that the book is actually doomed to publishing purgatory and then accidentally dies. Oops. Carrie Singer (JENNIFER MASSEY), a publishing "secretary" ready for her big break as well, quickly takes Jack under her wing. Together the two concoct a scheme to take advantage of Pete's untimely death and greenlight Jack's book after all. Alas, Carrie and Jack discover that the publishing process is chock full of required signatures, and the crafty duo might just need a few more “accidents” to cover their tracks and make it the presses.

April 2008: TV - "One Tree Hill"

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Jennifer will soon be appearing on "One Tree Hill".

Massey plays a bemused executive hoping to hire Brooke Davis (Sophia Bush) for a new fashion design position, but Massey's character is somewhat aghast at Davis' lack of preparation and seeming unprofessionalism.

The episode (Season 5, Espisode 16) premieres Monday, May 5, 2008 at 9/8c on the CW. Check local listings for the CW channel in your area.

November 2007: Film - "Terminus"

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Jennifer Massey plays the lead role in Lucas Krost's "48 Hour Film Project" (48HFP) entitled Terminus.

Director Krost and his film company, The Branching, created Terminus to enter in round two of the 2007 48HFP contest. Krost's original entry, Decisive Moment won Richmond's BEST IN CITY award, ranked nationally in the top 47 of over 1800 other films, and won Krost the chance to compete in the Fall Shootout against the winners from 47 other cities. Hence, Terminus was born.

Terminus explores the comedy/action/adventure genre and stars Massey as a rockin' and powerful super hero.

For more details or to view the film, visit www.48hourfilm.com.

ABOUT THE "48 HOUR FILM PROJECT" (48HFP)

The 48HFP is an on-going contest held in various cities around the globe. Filmmakers are given EXACTLY 48 HOURS to make a five-to-seven-minute film from start to finish. The final films are screened and judged at local festivals, and the winners go on to compete for national and international recognition. Each year, the top winners are screened at the Cannes Film Festival in France. For more information, visit www.48hourfilm.com.
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Jennifer Massey is back for her second year as host of "Comcast Newsmakers" in Richmond, VA.

The community talk show, produced and sponsored by Comcast, features 5-minute interviews with elected officials, public servants and community leaders, connecting Comcast viewers to the important issues, events and organizations shaping their communities.

As host of the program, Jennifer is responsible for researching each guest and welcoming them to the program. She also writes and presents all her own introductions and interview questions.

The show airs regularly on Comcast's local CNN Headline News stations across the country.

For more information about "Comcast Newsmakers", visit www.cn8.tv.


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Jennifer Massey participated in the FIRST annual Richmond 48 Hour Film Project.

The "48 Hour Film Project" (48HFP) is an on-going contest held in various cities around the globe. It originated in Washington, DC in May 2001 when DC filmmaker, Mark Ruppert, decided to see if he could make a film in 48 hours. Since then, the project has exploded into a worldwide competition.

Filmmakers are given EXACTLY 48 HOURS to make a seven-minute film from start to finish -- including writing the script, casting the actors, filming the story, editing the footage, as well as adding any music, sound effects or other post production elements.

The final films are screened and judged at local festivals, and the winners go on to compete for national and international recognition. Each year, the top winners are screened at the Cannes Film Festival in France.

In Richmond, Jennifer competed with the filmmaking team Provident Media as both screenwriter and actor. Jennifer also stars in the film short, entitled "One Down" -- the story of a lonely woman, looking for love in all the wrong places.

To read more about the 48-Hour Film Project, and to watch Jennifer's film and other 48-Hour film submissions, visit www.48hourfilm.com.

December 2006: Film - "Beast of Burden"

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Jennifer just completed shooting on the independent film "Beast of Burden", starring opposite actor/producer Mark Joy.



The film is slated for upcoming festival releases and private distribution.

For more movie information or to purchase a copy of the upcoming film, visit BeastofBurdenthemovie.com.

November 2006: TV - "Comcast Newsmakers"

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Jennifer will soon be appearing as the new Virginia host of Comcast's community news show "Comcast Newsmakers".

The show features brief interviews with elected officials, public servants and community leaders and airs on CN8, The Comcast Network. Comcast Newsmakers provides news and information from people making a difference in the community and connects viewers to the important issues, events and organizations that are shaping our lives.

Each segment airs an average of twice a day for seven days. The interviews fit seamlessly into the Headline News 30-minute rotation, airing at :24 and :54 past the hour most days until 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and in various schedules on weekends.

For more information about CN8 and Comcast Newsmakers, please visit
www.cn8.tv.


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"End of the Spear" is scheduled for release on DVD starting June 13, 2006. The film is directed by Jim Hanon and produced by Every Tribe Entertainment.

STORYLINE:
Based on a true story... the film tells the story of five real-life missionaries who dared to make contact with a deadly tribe of people in the Amazon jungle of Ecuador in the 1950's. When the encounter turns violent, the families of the men are left to follow in their footsteps. Together, one son (Chad Allen) and his father's killer (Louie Leonardo) learn about love and forgiveness. Ginny Saint (Jennifer Massey) is the wife of the son who must face the challenge his father set forth.
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Jennifer will appear on an upcoming episode of "Americas's Most Wanted". The show airs Saturday, February 25, 9pm on FOX.

STORYLINE
As an adult, Paul is haunted by horrible nightmares that finally reveal to him a horrible past. Although Paul's mother (Jennifer Massey), and other friends and family were oblvious at the time, Paul now recalls being sexually molestated as a child and sets out to trap the perpetrators. The ring leader of the crimes, Karl Goeke, is still at large, and remains one of Americas most wanted.
 
 
 
 
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