If you’ve STILL not managed to check out the Jobsite Digital Shorts (c’mon now, don’t lie, we have a log of every stream), we’ve just added TWO new shorts this week that are sure to delight:
The Walrus and the Carpenter is a whimsical animation created by Spencer Meyers, featuring narration from Roxanne Fay and an original score by Jeremy Douglass. This classic poem has been given all new life by some of our finest artists!
In Cripperella in Quarantine episode 4, Katie Calahan brings us another bundle of laughs! Cripperella: Walks Funny, Is Funny. The latest installment finds Cripperella missing human contact and really feeling the physical strain of sitting around, wearing down in every sense.
Creative Loafing Tampa recently reviewed the entire series and found them to be a welcome entertainment for those stuck home looking to support your local arts organizations and artists.
“With our theatres forced into darkness by the pandemic, companies have looked toward virtual content to connect with audiences and to stay afloat financially. Jobsite’s artistic family has produced a series of digital shorts that are a bargain and worth your attention.”
We continue to stress: every dollar made on rentals goes directly to the artists who have created this work. A small amount comes off the top for hosting and credit card processing, but we as a company profit in no way. Individual videos are $1.99 but a one-week binge pass to the entire library is just $9.99 and is good for a week.