Thursday, February 28, 2013

John Wayne Bosley: The House That Jack Broke


Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with producer and writer John Wayne Bosley on March 1, 2013 at 5 pm eastern as he talks about her new film The House that Jack Broke and the changes in the Michigan film industry.

Born on an Air Force Base in North Dakota, John Wayne Bosley was named after the legendary actor John Wayne. At age seven, he started writing the stories that influenced his films. By age twelve he had written his first screenplay, The Knight Story.

In 2001, Bosley wrote the script, which would later be the film: “The Allan Carter Saga Part I: Amnesia.” "Amnesia" took six and a half years from pre-production to completion and toured throughout Maine in 2008. His first film he was the writer/director/producer/actor/and post production.

In 2009 Bosley created, the first Twitter-based film festival, in order to create a platform in which to show his film “Amnesia” to his audience on Twitter. Yahoo News wrote up a story on the festival.

In 2010 Bosley turned his attention to creating his first micro-pilot short film. The concept of a micro-pilot is the combination between the TV pilot and viral videos. The short films are 5 minutes or less that encapsulates an idea of a TV show or film, yet leaving the audience wanting more. Bosley's first micro-pilot was “Awakening” which was shot in 2010. Later Bosley shot “Foreshadow” a micro-pilot for the film The House That Jack Broke.

In 2011 Bosley went into production on his second feature film, The House That Jack Broke. The film was set in Maine but 90% of it was shot in south east Michigan and used and all Michigan cast and crew. Currently Bosley is set to show his film in it's official Michigan Premiere in Royal Oak, Michigan as part of a 3 location tour of the film in the state. Later Bosley is looking into taking the film back to Maine and also to Los Angeles.

The House That Jack Broke Synopsis
A newlywed couple's relationship is stretched to the breaking point when the FBI begins investigating the husband's past in connection with a double murder case. Will the Peterson's be able to salvage their marriage? And, what really happened three years ago in Eastfield, Conneticut?

RELEASE DATE:  February 2013)

Produced by James Sands, John W. Bosley, and Pam Wenzel.

Starring Erika Hoveland and John Wayne Bosley.

Bosley's websites:

The Michigan Premiere will be Thursday March 21, 2013 at 7 pm in Lansing for tickets go to

Tune into on March 1, 2013 5 pm eastern to listen to learn more about the murder mystery The House That Jack Broke and the Michigan Film insdustry. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

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