Jeff M. Giordano is creating Documentary Films & Special Film Screening Events
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Jeff M. Giordano: FILMMAKER

Hello from California! Jeff here! And I'm glad you stopped by.
For the past 15 years I've directed films and screened them across the globe, but now I need your help to keep going!

The major recurring theme in my films is a Hidden History; documenting culture and more importantly, lives -- that may otherwise get lost in the mist.

In summary, I'm seeking funding through Patrons like you for the following 3 film projects:

  • Funding for film festival submissions of The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell and setting up Bay Area Community Screenings for the movie, in addition to national screenings and abroad -- followed by Q&A's with Charles Curtis Blackwell!
  • Funds to pay for post-production costs (including film festival submissions) for Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons
  • Funds to pay for production costs toward an Animated Documentary exploring Individuality, Partnerships, and Community as it pertains to sexuality and technology: from an ensemble of freshly recorded audio interviews and original animated imagery.




My goal is to both examine modern society and preserve cultural history. It is a joy to collaborate and a victory to complete a film project. I need your help to continue to make movies! Please read about the recent film productions I've completed -- and upcoming projects I'd love to make in the near future. Even if you can just contribute $1, that's greatly appreciated and goes further than you think! (Big shout out to Trader Joe's $2 unsalted, chunky peanut butter and Grocery Outlet during those long days of film production).

To collaborate is truly a joy in filmmaking and my editor Aaron Gwynn is an angel and it's a beautiful artistic connection we have. Here's what he had to say when I asked him for his thoughts on the editing process (since he's a prolific writer, has a deep understanding of history and fearlessness of human character of his own):

"I feel like as an editor my goal is to be the historian of the footage that you have filmed.

To take disparate elements and bring them together to tell a story that not only archives the past, but also is visually interesting and unique.

Whittling down hundreds of hours of footage into a film that is as truthful as it can be. What excites me most is digging into all the footage and creating pairings of Broll and interviews that somehow bring out something in each other. An image and a piece of audio that have no direct connection, but that manages to fit together.

I've learned that the patience and specificity to detail is the editor's most important skill. To never settle for the obvious pairings and to always experiment and try new things.

I love editing and hope I can do it as long as I am around . . . the collaboration of working with a director is something you simply can't get from writing a novel or screenplay, and it keeps me going every day."


On Editing each film, Aaron Gwynn had this to say:

Passion is the Money

"Editing this film for me will always mean more than any other. Working with Jeff when he was at one of his lowest points -- after Vince Storti (co-producer and co-subject in the film) suddenly passed away and trying to learn how to edit on the fly while simultaneously attempting to be respectful of all those involved was fun, challenging and a little scary! In terms of the editing itself, trying to tell the story both of the artists, but also the city of San Francisco and the gentrification therein, was what we were going for: mixing the personal with the political to tell the story not just of individuals -- but of a time and place."

The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell
"Charles Blackwell certainly is a character. Having met him a few times during the making of Passion is the Money, I knew intuitively that this man needed to be the subject of his own documentary! Being able to hone in on one person opened up a lot of possibilities visually for the film as well. Getting deeper into what it means to be an artist and what that looks like in the Bay Area in this era of wealth and greed and suffering, was somehow both uplifting and crushingly sad. But Charles comes through everything doing the best he can and always looking forward! I hope we portrayed that side of him."

Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons
"Maybe it is with a recently-completed-bias hanging over it, but I truly believe this film about Jimmy Lyons is our best work to date! The nature of the project: searching for a man that few really knew intimately -- allowed me to spread my wings a bit in terms of the editing of the film. Trying out everything I could think of, including being my most experimental (yet) and keeping the tone of the film dark (noir-ish) and foreboding, yet also positive! A man who was an artist first and while he may not have lived an enviable life, Jimmy Lyons was undeniably true to himself as any human being can be."


"Having our films to work on means a ton to me and having some success with them as well!! Feeling like we're not spitting in the wind, and have something to contribute to the world that people can connect with -- on whatever level or scale."


I've been directing independent films since 2004’s Among Garbage & Flowers and have interviewed over 75 people for documentary productions over the past 15 years.

Among Garbage & Flowers (2004: 22-Minute Documentary) Directed by Jeff M. Giordano.

Release Dates for Among Garbage & Flowers

France 2005 (Entrevues Film Festival)
Lebanon 2005 (Beirut Docudays Documentary Festival)
USA 2005 (NYC Home Film Festival)
USA 2005 (Ole Muddy Film Festival)
USA 2005 (Westcliffe Digital Film Festival)
South Africa
2005 (Golden Lion Film Festival)
USA 20 April 2005 (Myrtle Beach Film Festival)
USA
26 October 2005 (Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival)
USA November 2005 (Cape May Film Festival)
Austria 2006 (Festival der Nationen)
USA 2006 (Open APPerture Short Film Festival)
USA 2006 (United States Super 8 Film + Digital Video Festival)
Cambodia 1 December 2007 (CamboFest: Film and Video Festival of Cambodia)
USA 27 September 2008 (Ava Gardner Film Festival)
USA
7 July 2010 (San Francisco LaborFest)


The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell
(2019): a 70 minute-documentary will have its World Premiere at the 20th San Francisco Black Film Festival on June 15, 2019. Trailer Below...
I've produced and directed a full-length documentary about Charles Curtis Blackwell (the focus of The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell), an African-American poet/painter/playwright/teacher based in Oakland, California.

  • I'm seeking funding for film festival submissions of The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell and setting up Bay Area Community Screenings for the movie, in addition to national screenings and abroad -- followed by Q&A's with Charles Curtis Blackwell.

The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell is having its World Premiere at the 21st San Francisco Black Film Festival on June 15, 2019 in San Francisco: https://sfbff.org/wordpress/the-god-given-talent-t...

June 17, 2019:
Regarding your film submission: “The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell”:

“As the lead programmer/curator for the Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival, it is my honor to inform you that your film has been selected for the Festival’s 2019 slate. This year, the second annual edition of the event is scheduled for October 2-6, 2019. We look forward to working with you during this process and having you as a partner. Congratulations!”
– Lead Programmer/Curator

“A story of survival, memories and poetry, with fine art interspersed / social justice in motion / ends powerfully with poem and music.”



Passion is the Money is a 2018 movie I co-produced/directed about a community of poets, painters, and musicians as they struggle to maintain a foothold in San Francisco, California. Once a haven for artists, the influx of workers in the technology sector has caused the city to become one of the most expensive places to live in America. Resilient, dedicated, and creative, these artists, who include a blind painter, a female bohemian, and a street poet who ran with the Black Panthers, counter gentrification with their words and images.

Filmed over the course of more than three years, the movie examines a country's urban areas in flux. By delving into the clash between art and commerce, Passion is the Money makes sense of both what it means to live in a modern city, and the role of artists.

It's a personal project that immersed me in a hidden history, which served as a springboard for more projects.

Want to watch Passion is the Money?
You can view the entire 74-minute movie for FREE (with no ads), here:

PASSION IS THE MONEY (74 minutes, 2018 documentary) from JMG Films.

Right now! I'm producing/directing a 50-minute documentary: Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons about jazz singer/playwright Jimmy Lyons that is in post-production.


  • I'm seeking funds to pay for post-production costs for Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons
(This project breaks new ground for me, with its intimate style and Documentary-Noir-Mystery elements).

After completing Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons, I will be starting an Animated Documentary exploring Individuality, Partnerships, and Community as it pertains to sexuality and technology: from an ensemble of recent audio interviews and animated imagery.


  • I'm seeking funds to pay for production costs toward this Animated Documentary exploring Individuality, Partnerships, and Community

WITH YOUR HELP, FUTURE CINEMATIC PROJECTS I WOULD LOVE TO MAKE HAPPEN BY THE YEAR 2029 are:
  • Biopic Feature-Narrative Movie about Albert Pinkham Ryder (from an unpublished screenplay written by a close friend)
  • Television Mini-Series about Homelessness.
  • Feature-Film based on the lives of a Special Education Educator, Public Transit Bus Driver, and Security Guard.
  • 24-Hour Movie inspired by The Clock (2010: directed by Christian Marclay) about trash collectors/garbage workers, comprised by a montage of scenes from movies throughout cinema's history.

SAMPLES OF MOVIES I'VE DIRECTED
:


"Into The Light" (2016: Short Documentary) - directed by Jeff M. Giordano

THE SHERIFF (2007: short documentary)
"Charles Curtis Blackwell" - Short Documentary (2017)

Awards for The Sheriff

Black Maria Film and Video Festival 2009

Winner!
Director's Choice 
Jeff M. Giordano

Provincetown International Film Festival 2008

Winner!
Special Jury Award
Jeff M. Giordano

Release Dates for The Sheriff

USA 4 June 2007 (Los Angeles, California)
USA 19 April 2008 (Atlanta International Film Festival)
USA 1 June 2008 (New Jersey Young Film and Videomakers Festival)
USA
21 June 2008 (Provincetown International Film Festival)
USA 8 August 2008 (Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival)
USA 22 November 2008 (Cape May NJS Film Festival)
Cambodia 26 December 2008 (CamboFest: Film and Video Festival of Cambodia)
USA 6 February 2009 (Black Maria Film and Video Festival)
USA 2 April 2009 (Florida Film Festival)
USA 4 April 2009 (Vail Film Festival)
USA 20 June 2009 (TV premiere)
USA 11 July 2009 (San Francisco Frozen Film Festival)
Lebanon 25 September 2009 (Beirut Docudays Documentary Festival)
USA 24 March 2010 (Ozark Foothills Film Festival)
USA 17 October 2010 (Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival)
USA 8 February 2011 (Lower East Side Film Festival)
Japan 14 May 2011 (Sukagawa International Film Festival)

Also, I'm a painter. My current style is abstract/primitive evocative acrylic on canvas paintings. Most recently, I've finished a series of paintings spanning the past 4 years. I will be updated the following link with photos from the series: https://www.jeffmgiordano.com/posts/jmg-paintings-...

(My paintings have been exhibited at Live Worms Art Gallery in San Francisco, California)

For my largest contributing Patrons, I would love to do an Audio Conversation Series with them about their favorite movies of all-time: exploring each film's intellectual/artistic/emotional cinematic qualities, in addition to the films impact on their lives.

I'd be open to ideas for topics/themes for more Audio Conversation Series editions in the future.

Thanks for your interest, encouragement, and any contribution you give -- as I continue my cinematic-artistic journey in life. I value the collaboration of my fan's impact on allowing me to continue to make film projects. I'm grateful for the struggle and lessons learned to always persevere.

Even if you can't donate anything and you're just curious, I hope you will find and cultivate your own creative passions fueled by your imagination and artistic commitment. It takes much courage to create and be vulnerable in the world today! May you keep the faith in your talents! And thanks for taking time to read all of this! Now, go live your life the way you want and come back soon! I will be doing Post Updates when inspiration strikes and when good news arrives!







Tiers
The Love
$1 or more per month

Anyone who shows a little love by contributing $1, gets a personal message from Jeff and an encouraging poem.

Journey
$5 or more per month

As part of the Journey, you receive all previous rewards plus...your Name will appear in the Special Thanks of an upcoming film production and you'll receive a personal email from Jeff M. Giordano.

Member
$10 or more per month

"Member" Level Tier includes all previous rewards, Plus sneak previews into new film projects and deleted scenes of completed projects.

VIP
$20 or more per month

"VIP" Level Tier includes all previous rewards, plus access to First Cuts of current movie projects and a monthly personalized message of encouragement. 

Executive
$50 or more per month

Includes all previous rewards, plus a game of tennis or nature stroll with yours truly.

Time Traveler
$100 or more per month

Includes all previous rewards, plus a 30-minute Personalized Guided Audio Meditation led by yours truly.

Ascent
$350 or more per month

Includes all previous rewards, plus 3 original paintings by yours truly.

Platinum
$10,000 or more per month

All previous benefits, plus invitation to a Private Party and Art Retreat hosted by Jeff!

Goals
$99 of $500 per month
When I reach $500 per month, I’ll start a special monthly Interview Series where I interview 1 patron every month to upload onto my Vimeo page at::: JMG Films
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Jeff M. Giordano: FILMMAKER

Hello from California! Jeff here! And I'm glad you stopped by.
For the past 15 years I've directed films and screened them across the globe, but now I need your help to keep going!

The major recurring theme in my films is a Hidden History; documenting culture and more importantly, lives -- that may otherwise get lost in the mist.

In summary, I'm seeking funding through Patrons like you for the following 3 film projects:

  • Funding for film festival submissions of The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell and setting up Bay Area Community Screenings for the movie, in addition to national screenings and abroad -- followed by Q&A's with Charles Curtis Blackwell!
  • Funds to pay for post-production costs (including film festival submissions) for Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons
  • Funds to pay for production costs toward an Animated Documentary exploring Individuality, Partnerships, and Community as it pertains to sexuality and technology: from an ensemble of freshly recorded audio interviews and original animated imagery.




My goal is to both examine modern society and preserve cultural history. It is a joy to collaborate and a victory to complete a film project. I need your help to continue to make movies! Please read about the recent film productions I've completed -- and upcoming projects I'd love to make in the near future. Even if you can just contribute $1, that's greatly appreciated and goes further than you think! (Big shout out to Trader Joe's $2 unsalted, chunky peanut butter and Grocery Outlet during those long days of film production).

To collaborate is truly a joy in filmmaking and my editor Aaron Gwynn is an angel and it's a beautiful artistic connection we have. Here's what he had to say when I asked him for his thoughts on the editing process (since he's a prolific writer, has a deep understanding of history and fearlessness of human character of his own):

"I feel like as an editor my goal is to be the historian of the footage that you have filmed.

To take disparate elements and bring them together to tell a story that not only archives the past, but also is visually interesting and unique.

Whittling down hundreds of hours of footage into a film that is as truthful as it can be. What excites me most is digging into all the footage and creating pairings of Broll and interviews that somehow bring out something in each other. An image and a piece of audio that have no direct connection, but that manages to fit together.

I've learned that the patience and specificity to detail is the editor's most important skill. To never settle for the obvious pairings and to always experiment and try new things.

I love editing and hope I can do it as long as I am around . . . the collaboration of working with a director is something you simply can't get from writing a novel or screenplay, and it keeps me going every day."


On Editing each film, Aaron Gwynn had this to say:

Passion is the Money

"Editing this film for me will always mean more than any other. Working with Jeff when he was at one of his lowest points -- after Vince Storti (co-producer and co-subject in the film) suddenly passed away and trying to learn how to edit on the fly while simultaneously attempting to be respectful of all those involved was fun, challenging and a little scary! In terms of the editing itself, trying to tell the story both of the artists, but also the city of San Francisco and the gentrification therein, was what we were going for: mixing the personal with the political to tell the story not just of individuals -- but of a time and place."

The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell
"Charles Blackwell certainly is a character. Having met him a few times during the making of Passion is the Money, I knew intuitively that this man needed to be the subject of his own documentary! Being able to hone in on one person opened up a lot of possibilities visually for the film as well. Getting deeper into what it means to be an artist and what that looks like in the Bay Area in this era of wealth and greed and suffering, was somehow both uplifting and crushingly sad. But Charles comes through everything doing the best he can and always looking forward! I hope we portrayed that side of him."

Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons
"Maybe it is with a recently-completed-bias hanging over it, but I truly believe this film about Jimmy Lyons is our best work to date! The nature of the project: searching for a man that few really knew intimately -- allowed me to spread my wings a bit in terms of the editing of the film. Trying out everything I could think of, including being my most experimental (yet) and keeping the tone of the film dark (noir-ish) and foreboding, yet also positive! A man who was an artist first and while he may not have lived an enviable life, Jimmy Lyons was undeniably true to himself as any human being can be."


"Having our films to work on means a ton to me and having some success with them as well!! Feeling like we're not spitting in the wind, and have something to contribute to the world that people can connect with -- on whatever level or scale."


I've been directing independent films since 2004’s Among Garbage & Flowers and have interviewed over 75 people for documentary productions over the past 15 years.

Among Garbage & Flowers (2004: 22-Minute Documentary) Directed by Jeff M. Giordano.

Release Dates for Among Garbage & Flowers

France 2005 (Entrevues Film Festival)
Lebanon 2005 (Beirut Docudays Documentary Festival)
USA 2005 (NYC Home Film Festival)
USA 2005 (Ole Muddy Film Festival)
USA 2005 (Westcliffe Digital Film Festival)
South Africa
2005 (Golden Lion Film Festival)
USA 20 April 2005 (Myrtle Beach Film Festival)
USA
26 October 2005 (Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival)
USA November 2005 (Cape May Film Festival)
Austria 2006 (Festival der Nationen)
USA 2006 (Open APPerture Short Film Festival)
USA 2006 (United States Super 8 Film + Digital Video Festival)
Cambodia 1 December 2007 (CamboFest: Film and Video Festival of Cambodia)
USA 27 September 2008 (Ava Gardner Film Festival)
USA
7 July 2010 (San Francisco LaborFest)


The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell
(2019): a 70 minute-documentary will have its World Premiere at the 20th San Francisco Black Film Festival on June 15, 2019. Trailer Below...
I've produced and directed a full-length documentary about Charles Curtis Blackwell (the focus of The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell), an African-American poet/painter/playwright/teacher based in Oakland, California.

  • I'm seeking funding for film festival submissions of The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell and setting up Bay Area Community Screenings for the movie, in addition to national screenings and abroad -- followed by Q&A's with Charles Curtis Blackwell.

The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell is having its World Premiere at the 21st San Francisco Black Film Festival on June 15, 2019 in San Francisco: https://sfbff.org/wordpress/the-god-given-talent-t...

June 17, 2019:
Regarding your film submission: “The God Given Talent: The Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell”:

“As the lead programmer/curator for the Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival, it is my honor to inform you that your film has been selected for the Festival’s 2019 slate. This year, the second annual edition of the event is scheduled for October 2-6, 2019. We look forward to working with you during this process and having you as a partner. Congratulations!”
– Lead Programmer/Curator

“A story of survival, memories and poetry, with fine art interspersed / social justice in motion / ends powerfully with poem and music.”



Passion is the Money is a 2018 movie I co-produced/directed about a community of poets, painters, and musicians as they struggle to maintain a foothold in San Francisco, California. Once a haven for artists, the influx of workers in the technology sector has caused the city to become one of the most expensive places to live in America. Resilient, dedicated, and creative, these artists, who include a blind painter, a female bohemian, and a street poet who ran with the Black Panthers, counter gentrification with their words and images.

Filmed over the course of more than three years, the movie examines a country's urban areas in flux. By delving into the clash between art and commerce, Passion is the Money makes sense of both what it means to live in a modern city, and the role of artists.

It's a personal project that immersed me in a hidden history, which served as a springboard for more projects.

Want to watch Passion is the Money?
You can view the entire 74-minute movie for FREE (with no ads), here:

PASSION IS THE MONEY (74 minutes, 2018 documentary) from JMG Films.

Right now! I'm producing/directing a 50-minute documentary: Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons about jazz singer/playwright Jimmy Lyons that is in post-production.


  • I'm seeking funds to pay for post-production costs for Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons
(This project breaks new ground for me, with its intimate style and Documentary-Noir-Mystery elements).

After completing Making Up My Mind: Searching for Jimmy Lyons, I will be starting an Animated Documentary exploring Individuality, Partnerships, and Community as it pertains to sexuality and technology: from an ensemble of recent audio interviews and animated imagery.


  • I'm seeking funds to pay for production costs toward this Animated Documentary exploring Individuality, Partnerships, and Community

WITH YOUR HELP, FUTURE CINEMATIC PROJECTS I WOULD LOVE TO MAKE HAPPEN BY THE YEAR 2029 are:
  • Biopic Feature-Narrative Movie about Albert Pinkham Ryder (from an unpublished screenplay written by a close friend)
  • Television Mini-Series about Homelessness.
  • Feature-Film based on the lives of a Special Education Educator, Public Transit Bus Driver, and Security Guard.
  • 24-Hour Movie inspired by The Clock (2010: directed by Christian Marclay) about trash collectors/garbage workers, comprised by a montage of scenes from movies throughout cinema's history.

SAMPLES OF MOVIES I'VE DIRECTED
:


"Into The Light" (2016: Short Documentary) - directed by Jeff M. Giordano

THE SHERIFF (2007: short documentary)
"Charles Curtis Blackwell" - Short Documentary (2017)

Awards for The Sheriff

Black Maria Film and Video Festival 2009

Winner!
Director's Choice 
Jeff M. Giordano

Provincetown International Film Festival 2008

Winner!
Special Jury Award
Jeff M. Giordano

Release Dates for The Sheriff

USA 4 June 2007 (Los Angeles, California)
USA 19 April 2008 (Atlanta International Film Festival)
USA 1 June 2008 (New Jersey Young Film and Videomakers Festival)
USA
21 June 2008 (Provincetown International Film Festival)
USA 8 August 2008 (Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival)
USA 22 November 2008 (Cape May NJS Film Festival)
Cambodia 26 December 2008 (CamboFest: Film and Video Festival of Cambodia)
USA 6 February 2009 (Black Maria Film and Video Festival)
USA 2 April 2009 (Florida Film Festival)
USA 4 April 2009 (Vail Film Festival)
USA 20 June 2009 (TV premiere)
USA 11 July 2009 (San Francisco Frozen Film Festival)
Lebanon 25 September 2009 (Beirut Docudays Documentary Festival)
USA 24 March 2010 (Ozark Foothills Film Festival)
USA 17 October 2010 (Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival)
USA 8 February 2011 (Lower East Side Film Festival)
Japan 14 May 2011 (Sukagawa International Film Festival)

Also, I'm a painter. My current style is abstract/primitive evocative acrylic on canvas paintings. Most recently, I've finished a series of paintings spanning the past 4 years. I will be updated the following link with photos from the series: https://www.jeffmgiordano.com/posts/jmg-paintings-...

(My paintings have been exhibited at Live Worms Art Gallery in San Francisco, California)

For my largest contributing Patrons, I would love to do an Audio Conversation Series with them about their favorite movies of all-time: exploring each film's intellectual/artistic/emotional cinematic qualities, in addition to the films impact on their lives.

I'd be open to ideas for topics/themes for more Audio Conversation Series editions in the future.

Thanks for your interest, encouragement, and any contribution you give -- as I continue my cinematic-artistic journey in life. I value the collaboration of my fan's impact on allowing me to continue to make film projects. I'm grateful for the struggle and lessons learned to always persevere.

Even if you can't donate anything and you're just curious, I hope you will find and cultivate your own creative passions fueled by your imagination and artistic commitment. It takes much courage to create and be vulnerable in the world today! May you keep the faith in your talents! And thanks for taking time to read all of this! Now, go live your life the way you want and come back soon! I will be doing Post Updates when inspiration strikes and when good news arrives!







Recent posts by Jeff M. Giordano

Tiers
The Love
$1 or more per month

Anyone who shows a little love by contributing $1, gets a personal message from Jeff and an encouraging poem.

Journey
$5 or more per month

As part of the Journey, you receive all previous rewards plus...your Name will appear in the Special Thanks of an upcoming film production and you'll receive a personal email from Jeff M. Giordano.

Member
$10 or more per month

"Member" Level Tier includes all previous rewards, Plus sneak previews into new film projects and deleted scenes of completed projects.

VIP
$20 or more per month

"VIP" Level Tier includes all previous rewards, plus access to First Cuts of current movie projects and a monthly personalized message of encouragement. 

Executive
$50 or more per month

Includes all previous rewards, plus a game of tennis or nature stroll with yours truly.

Time Traveler
$100 or more per month

Includes all previous rewards, plus a 30-minute Personalized Guided Audio Meditation led by yours truly.

Ascent
$350 or more per month

Includes all previous rewards, plus 3 original paintings by yours truly.

Platinum
$10,000 or more per month

All previous benefits, plus invitation to a Private Party and Art Retreat hosted by Jeff!