The Documentary “Making Jobs: A Case Study”…
This 70 minute film is enthralling as an entrepreneurial case study. It’s a candid look at the behind-the-scenes process of independent film and what it takes these days to get your project onto the silver screen. The movie details the efforts of Marc Hulme, a first-time producer as he begins his adventure into the treacherous world of the “business” of American cinema with his brainchild, the feature film “JOBS”. At the time of the making of this documentary, the movie was entitled “jOBS: Be Inspired”.
The producer had never made a movie before (he purchased a book about filmmaking), but is a lifelong successful entrepreneur. This documentary “making of” film was created in a roundtable format with 18 other CEOs, three months before the Kutcher film opened at Sundance.
The documentary is a testament to what happens when entrepreneurship meets gumption.
(*The special features contain the director's cut version of the film including 60 minutes of additional footage.)