Makin' Movies in Jax
Tim Driscoll is a film producer in Jacksonville and has been a major force in cultivating the local film community. He’s the program director for the Jacksonville Film Festival and has produced countless projects, including his most recent dark comedy feature film shot entirely in Jacksonville called Teardrop Goodbye: With Mandatory Directorial Commentary from Remy Von Trout.
A Conversation with Tim Driscoll
On this week's episode of Completely Booked, Tim joins us to chat about JAX Film Bar Mondays. It's a group that brings together Jacksonville’s film-making community weekly in a casual mix of producers, actors, directors, writers, and technical experts. JAX Film Bar Mondays strives to be a non-pretentious, open-to-all environment for people who want to make connections in the film realm, from novices to professionals. Check out the podcast below:
Get involved with JAX Film Bar Mondays
Jax Film Bar Mondays has led to amazing projects being made right here in Jacksonville. They also come up with creative challenges throughout the year that help to inspire filmmakers to get out there and make something. Tim tells us about all of this and more in our interview. If you’d like to get involved with Jax Film Bar Mondays, you can find them on Facebook, or visit their website at filmbarmondays.com.
To watch some cinematic masterpieces at home for free (including Memento and Moonlight, two of Tim's favorite films he mentioned in the interview) create a Kanopy account using your Jacksonville Public Library card. Visit jaxpubliclibrary.org/kanopy to sign up.