The much anticipated release is here: JACK JONAH PREMIERE!

Updated: Oct 23, 2019

“We're so excited to share this film with the community that did so much to help make the film."

JACK JONAH a JCFilm’s project that was shot mid-August in West Springfield and Agawam is set to premiere Saturday, November 9th at the West Springfield High School auditorium.

JACK JONAH is a new feature film and a true story about a family’s endurance and struggle after unspeakable tragedy. Actor Dean Cain leads the cast in this multi-plot drama uncovering the deadly drug culture in western Massachusetts.

Showtime is 6 p.m. with members of the cast in attendance. Doors open at 5 p.m. for a reception with light appetizers. Tickets are $10 to attend the event with all proceeds to benefit a national tour of the film in conjunction with the Jack Jonah Foundation and an actor from the film, Dean Cain.

The Jack Jonah Foundation President, Kirk Jonah said he is pleased with the outcome of the movie which focuses on an anti-opioid education message.

“With such a huge interest in the film and people traveling from all over the region to be involved, we are able to select a fantastic team of over over 200 people to help in creating this film.  Everyone involved was passionate about this issue and everyone had an opioid life event,” he said. “Jack Jonah is bigger than just another teen film; it’s a challenge! A challenge for teens to better understand the dangers of heroin and other opioid drugs.”

After the Premiere, the Jack Jonah Foundation is teaming up with actor Dean Cain to host Community Action Events. "This film will be shown in schools all across America, so It just makes sense to hold the premiere at a school. Also, and ironically, this was Jack Jonah's actual high school. That's a great honor for us," says Jason Campbell, writer and Director of the project.

This Red-Carpet Premiere Event will host two separate screenings. The afternoon show for the cast, crew and the large volunteer base from the community that participated in the film. And, the evening show is general admission and open to the public.

More information regarding the event, tickets & ordering a copy of the film, please visit

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