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Being our sophomore year since launching at SXSW in 2012, 2013 was truly a landmark year forJuntoBox Films. Our user base more than doubled, and the amount of project submissions we received is staggering.We aimed to become more than just a digital platform and production company. We focused on becoming a resource for filmmakers, both on and offline. We hosted panels, networking events, parties, and initiated our original event series which we called Masterclass- focusing on a different subject each session. We produced our first two feature films: Sacrifice in the Summer and Sharon 1. 2. 3. toward the end of the year.Take a look at the numbers. You’ll get the idea.

Being our sophomore year since launching at SXSW in 2012, 2013 was truly a landmark year forJuntoBox Films. Our user base more than doubled, and the amount of project submissions we received is staggering.

We aimed to become more than just a digital platform and production company. We focused on becoming a resource for filmmakers, both on and offline. We hosted panels, networking events, parties, and initiated our original event series which we called Masterclass- focusing on a different subject each session. We produced our first two feature films: Sacrifice in the Summer and Sharon 1. 2. 3. toward the end of the year.

Take a look at the numbers. You’ll get the idea.