Monday, December 1, 2008

JUMP! premieres on TV

Sunday, December 7th at 5pm on Showtime

Here is the movie trailer Showtime created

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and here is the one we made. Which one do you like better? Share your thoughts on YouTube.

JUMP! will be rebroadcast on Showtime Networks many times over the next 1.5 years –– check here for the schedule. Or watch it anytime at Showtime On-Demand.

11 comments:

Jump Rope Videos said...

Congratulations to Helen Hood Scheer and all the stars of JUMP! I look forward to watching it with my family this weekend.

Shelia Woodard said...

This is great news Helen, you and the entire jump rope community have worked so hard to get this movie out into the main stream. I'm sure Oprah will be calling next. I'm getting my coat and gloves ready, it's cold in Chicago!!!

Shaun Hamilton said...

Great job Helen!! I am very blessed to be apart of such a great film. I look forward to seeing what comes of the sport as a result of this awesome film. Again great job Helen.

CD said...

What was the song playing during the credits? Great movie by the way.

thankis

CD info said...

The final song is called WAITIN' and is performed by Chokolate. She is a new artist from Seattle -- hopefully we will hear more from her soon. I fell in love with that song immediately and am so glad it fit into the film.

The JUMP! soundtrack is available for secure digital download at www.jumpmovie.com/shop.

-Helen

Anonymous said...

We just this afternoon caught your act--JUMP!--on SHOW. It was very, very cool, and both my wife and I teared up with the kids in the competitions. You did a wonderful job, made a wonderful doc and represented the the kids wonderfully. We are only chagrined that we didn't pay $10 each to see the film. Seriously, congratulations. It was really moving and, I have to say, riveting. I still don't get those pass offs. My only criticism: I wanted to see more of those Japanese kids (OK, and the Swedes). I hope you feel proud, as you should. Alright, you didn't make any money--welcome to the arts. Love, and do more!

Loren

Anonymous said...

what a treat, what a pleasure, what a labor of love.

Libbe
Mendecino, CA

Flick Curran said...

That looks like it will be a great movie. Really looking forward to seeing it.

Anonymous said...

Hello! My son and I have just finished watching your wonderful film on Showtime, and WOW, was it great and inspiring and amazing! Thanks so much for all the hard work - I'm just a mom in Illinois, but I am so very impressed with these kids and how this sport has touched so many folks. It's really literally saved lives! So thanks again and again!

Sincerely,

Sarah Pressly-James

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

My boys and I were just channel surfing, ready for a boring morning of Saturday TV, CNN, cartoons and VH-1 reruns.

We happenned to flick on TMC-W and saw Jump!. At first my three teenage boys told me to turn. I didn't. What a great film/documentary. We had no idea what was going on in the world of jumping. Those athletes impressed the hell out of us. We saw stuff we never ever have seen before. Whoever says that jumping is not a sport or that they are not true athletes, are mentally challenged to put it nicely. We loved this film, well written and produced and I wanted to crack a tear at the end when we won those big events at the Worlds. Mrs. Helen Hood Sheer captured the emotion of a little known sport and it came across very well. Props to her and Scott Morgan. Can't wait to see her/their next production.

Take care and God Bless!

Sincerely,

Dad, Bobby, Dalton and Dillon
Pulaski, Wi.

jumping exercises said...

Sweet jump rope video!