A cancerous dark comedy that ventures inside the crazy world of Jonna’s Body where life’s daily chaos is corralled by Pearl, Jonna’s loyal, sassy internal receptionist, as she fields calls from a parade of off-beat body parts with never-ending needs. When two nasty killers invade, it’s a fight for Jonna’s life. The movie’s stunning visuals and hilarious characters take us on a wild and stirring ride into the realm of health, illness, joy and the beauty of life.
Buy the DVD
Licensing available for single groups or public screening are available.
Interested in understanding our Jonna’s Body Movie Screening program? It’s actually quite simple. All screenings are done with a DVD. All you need is:
- A place. Any dark room will do.
- A projector. The one you use at the office is perfect.
- A DVD player.
- A sound system.
Plug the DVD player into the projector and sound system. Instant theater. Of course, if you don’t have access to a projector, your widescreen TV will do just fine. And if you have access to a real movie theater, it can show DVDs as well.
Awards & Festivals
Best In Show: 2008 Macon Film & Video Festival
Best Comedy Short: 2008 Macon Film & Video Festival
Best Short Film: 2007 Asheville Film Fest, Audience Award
Best Actress: 2009 Show Off Your Shorts Film Fest
Best Cinematography: 2009 Show Off Your Shorts Film Fest
Award of Excellence: 2007 Action on Film Festival
Official Selection: 2008 Edmonton International Film Festival
Official Selection: 2007 Rhode Island International Film Festival
Official Selection: 2007 Los Angeles Shorts Film Festival
Official Selection: 2007 Everglades International Film Festival
“Marvelous…We were totally hooked…We cheered in the audience like little kids.”
- Oncolink Online Review (read full review)
“Jonna Tamases is one of the most talented actresses…of my generation.”
- Online Review (read full review)
“We showed it at our annual conference, and the audience went nuts for it. It was stunning!”
- Hob Osterlund, RN, MS, Queens Medical Center
“Spellbinding, fabulous, truly high art!”
- Tom Comerford, MD