Finding an Audience

In a way you’re on a serendipitous journey, a journey which is much more akin to the life experience. When you see somebody on the screen in a documentary, you’re really engaged with a person going through real life experiences. So for that period of time, as you watch the film, you are, in effect, in the shoes of another individual. What a privilege to have that experience.

–Albert Maysles

In recent weeks, the production team has been busy preparing a sneak preview of this film – so if you are interested in having the “privilege” of being in Jini’s shoes, please show your support by joining us at the trailer screening/Q & A session with the film’s production team and some of the film’s contributors on March 12th at Northwest Film Forum in Seattle.

Just send us an email at to confirm your seat.

We hope you will not miss this opportunity to get behind the lens of JIni’s remarkable journey in fine art photography.

Remember – Jini gave the world countless unguarded moments in rock ‘n’ roll that otherwise would never have been documented. But Jini’s own story is in danger of being unexplored and lost. Finding an audience like you means stories like this will not be a mere footnote in America’s cultural heritage.