Below is the first in a series of films covering the Guinness World Record Attempt at the Worlds longest continual game of touch rugby. Follow events, sponsor athletes and even GET INVOLVED over at the event organizers website here. But for now, enjoy the latest free video!
JAMSCA are once again teaming up with the group that brought you the Guinness World Record for the longest continual game of five-a-side football, which the final event video can be viewed on our Youtube channel here. To bring you a brand new event. This time the team is to break the Guinness World Record for the longest game of Touch Rugby Union. The current record stands at over 27 hours, JAMSCA will be providing documentation and promotion of the event as well as once again providing evidence to Guinness World Records upon the completion of the event.
To find out more about the event and even to GET INVOLVED visit their website HERE
Below is the new promotion for the Schools Honey Bee Project at Knowsley Safari Park
Knowsley Safari park in the North West of England is to receive a new influx of Honey bee's. These Bees will make up a brand new section of the world renowned Safari Park, set within the woodland walk, once situated as well as being a point of research for the University of Liverpool and local school education visitors to the park will be able to navigate around them via the newly cleared woodland walk area.
JAMSCA have been asked by the Schools Honey Bee Project, whom are responsible for the new exhibit, to document and promote it to both HRH the Prince of Wales and Local media with the hope of extending the reach of the opening ceremony in 2012. For more information on Knowsley Safari Park please visit their website Here. Video and updates will be added soon.
The Jamsca Media Youtube Channel has now been approached by Youtube to be monetized. This new development is the fruition of months of work that will now enable JAMSCA Ltd to earn revenue per view on all online videos.
This is a very exciting time and ensures that JAMSCA's Youtube arm will keep growing in the future.
You can now see the new promotion below by simply clicking play! Or you can find it at the locations below:
JAMSCA are to provide a new promotional film for a new sports centre in Preston. The new 'Sir Tom Finney Sports Centre' is a 13 million pound development situated in the heart of the UCLan campus and offers a huge selection of cutting edge services and facilities. JAMSCA boss Jamie Christopherson was taken on an exclusive tour of the facility earlier in the week in preparation for the film and informs us that the whole facility looks great. The video shall be spread across JAMSCA and UCLan social networks very soon. But as always links and updates will be posted here first.
The newly formed Lancashire mind organisation, based across the north west have commissioned JAMSCA to provide exclusive promotional content for their next AGM. But as well as their next AGM this content shall be used in perpetuation to promote their ever increasing services offered to the public at large. As well as promote their changing management structure and future goals. Link to the film will be available shortly, so stay tuned.
You can now view 'Actors' in its entirety on youtube. 'Actors' Was JAMSCA'S first short film commissioned and produced in house. It is available over on the youtube channel. Be sure to check it out at the link below. The channel
JAMSCA is now on facebook. Here we will be posting exclusive updates and video links as we move more into film production over the coming year. Do you want to see the best content first? then head over to the page and click that like button and you will never miss out on anything again.
For the second year running JAMSCA has been asked to provide video promotion and documentation of 'The John Hulley Sefton Triathlon' Last year was JAMSCA's first time at the event and this year we are back. The John Hulley Sefton Triathlon 2011 is the largest community triathlon in the UK and sees over a thousand competitors and thousands more spectators come down every year to enjoy the day. The event's patron is Sir Steve Redgrave and key beneficiaries include, Radio City Cash for Kids, Macmillan and Jamie Carragher's 23 foundation.
You can view last years event coverage at our youtube page here
JAMSCA have just provided consultation and crew for a promotional piece commissioned by Preston Council to encourage people to vote in the coming local elections on the 5th of May. The film directed by Preston based filmmaker William Ormerod was shot across council and public property in and around Preston. JAMSCA provided lighting exclusively for council property interiors and park scenes, due to scheduling conflicts as well as special effects consultation. The resulting film can be seen via the councils website here. As well as via the council's youtube account here.
The resulting film has been picked up by 5 local councils to date and was featured on BBC Local News where director William Omerod was interviewed and portions of the piece were shown.
JAMSCA worked with Preston council to produce a film on their simply recycling project. The informative piece was designed to give the most information possible in a clean and friendly manner. Jamsca Executive produced the film as well as providing on set consultation. The piece hosted on the councils youtube channel can be viewed below.
JAMSCA have recently completed their first short film. The piece entitled 'ACTORS' was written and directed in house by JAMSCA chief Jamie Christopherson. The film running at 20 minutes, follows a slice of life of 6 struggling but talented actors stuck in an amateur theatre company with an affectation filled and ultimately talent less director, Barry Einsly Winterian, we follow the group as they struggle to pull off Barry's latest disaster, a romantic male monologue re-imagining of Macbeth. But the group must save more than the show when two of the male leads begin to have feelings for each other that go beyond the show. Scared and confused as the show reaches performance night one must use the show in a desperate attempt to get the other to face his feelings.
The film which was completed early this year will be available to view online once its festival run ends. If you would like to listen to the musical theme from this film you can do so on Soundcloud.com The theme was provided by Cameron Baird, a Preston Based Actor that also stared in the piece as 'Geoff'. You can listen to the track via Cameron's soundcloud below.
Earlier this year JAMSCA worked with Wasp Video and director John Corrin on a music video for Preston Band 'Slydigs' The resulting video aired on three digital channels including NME TV and was broadcast accross Sky and Virgin Media, Read the full story below. We are pleased to be able to present to you now the final Music video that was broadcast earlier this year. The link below is provided courtousy of Wasp Video.
You can find Wasp Video on youtube Here
Recent JAMSCA collaboration with Wasp Video and Preston band 'Slydigs', currently airing on Sky channel 378, has just become the number one most requested video on the channel. The film directed by John Corrin and filmed in partnership with resident JAMSCA director Jamie Christopherson will air on the channel for the remainder of the month. Check it out by visiting sky channel 378. You can also request the video directly by texting 'LAVA 0865' to 71000. The video is also to be broadcast on NME TV. More information and video links to come soon.
JAMSCA have recently collaborated with a Wasp Video and Preston based filmmaker John Corrin on a music video for local band Slydigs. The shoot, directed by John, depicts the bands current single, 'Electric Love'. The resulting video will air on the Lava channel, sky 378, and be available on its request list throughout the coming month. As well as being shown on NME TV.
N.B. A link to the video will be available shortly following its television run.
Following the Preston Council Video Awards, (see below for JAMSCA's winning entry), a new set of instructional and informative films have been commissioned to highlight various aspects of the councils work. The latest of these films is concerned with recycling within the borough. JAMSCA are to Executive Produce the first of these films and provide crew as well as surply general consultation throughout principle photography. The film, being shot in Preston, is to be directed by William Omerod of Neon Creative Studios. William is a new and talented director that has just completed a piece for the BBC on breaking into the film industry that will air later this year on the BBC Three Channel. The piece will be around five minutes long and primarily aimed at internet distribution via the councils web site. Links and full details of the project will be added in the near future.
Back in March JAMSCA provided video for and filmed for LFC TV. The resulting show will air on Friday 3rd September at 16:30 and 18:30 GMT on LFC TV which can be found on Virgin Media channel 544 and Sky channel 434. The show follows a group of Everton and Liverpool fans that came together to compete in a 31 hour game of 5-a-side football to raise money for three local charities. JAMSCA's own video coverage of the event can be viewed via our youtube page here. Or alternatively watch LFC TV for their 30 minute documentary special at the above times. There is a story about the show on the LFC site here. LFC TV can also be viewed on the web here.
JAMSCA will be covering the Merseyside event on Saturday 26th June providing documentation and promotion material. The event has been run in the area since 2002 and has continually grown in profile since its inception. Sir Steve Redgrave acts at patron of the event and this year is joined by Jamie Carragher's 23 foundation and Radio City's Cash for Kids as key beneficiaries. Miss Liverpool will also be down on the day as well as Everton and England's Rachel Brown who will be competing in the event along side the thousands of entrants from the surrounding areas.
Jamsca Ltd has been awarded a Northern Business award by the Business Incubation Unit 'Northern Lights' based in Preston, UK.
The award, 'Northern Lights Business of the Month Award May 2010', was presented to JAMSCA owner and chief Content Director Jamie Christopherson at a ceremony held this Tuesday 8th of June at Northern Lights HQ, (see photograph after the jump).
JAMSCA has been registered with the Northern Lights Program for just under a year and to win this award at such an early stage is a great achievement. The award is bestowed to submitted businesses within a given month long period that have shown significant growth, merit and / or progress within that time frame.
The award comes following a successfully period at JAMSCA, that has seen them win a further award, a Preston City Council Video Award, for the animation 'Good Food Hygiene Help Guide' the first animation to come out of the company since its inception.
Full Northern Lights Press release to follow shortly
Pictured: JAMSCA owner Jamie Christopherson with Northern Lights Director Peter Rawling
The first animation to come out of JAMSCA since its inception has been named a winner in the first ever, Preston City Council / UCLAN video awards. The JAMSCA animation 'Good Food Hygiene Help Guide' was one of three winners at the event and will now be hosted on the Preston City Council web site as a permanent addition to their public service information regarding good food hygiene in the home.
The animation, produced entirely in house by JAMSCA, utilises the brilliant voice talent of emerging actor; Simon Devon Houchfield in the leading role. Simon voices the playful narrator who guides 'Tom' through various hygiene related situations. The film brings a welcome comic flavour to the public information genre, whilst still enabling key information to be relayed to the viewer. See after the jump to watch the award winning animation. Alternatively you can watch the video over at Preston City Council's site.