|Jersey Boy Hero|
|Directed by||Chris Vaughn|
|Produced by||Chris Vaughn |
|Music by||Chris Vaughn|
|Distributed by||Amazon Video|
Jerseyboy Hero is a 2011 independent documentary film starring and directed by Chris Vaughn. The film heavily utilizes guerrilla filmmaking and was an official selection of the Garden State Film Festival in 2010. It was later picked up by Amazon Video and is available on Prime.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
A struggling local musician at the Jersey Shore puts his house on the line to fulfill his life-long dream of getting his original music recorded and heard by getting his music in the hands of one of his two biggest Hometown Heroes, Bruce Springsteen or Jon Bon Jovi.
Festivals[edit | edit source]
- 2010 Garden State Film Festival – Official Selection
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Category:2011 films Category:American independent films Category:English-language films Category:Documentary films about actors Category:Documentary films about the cinema of the United States Category:American documentary films Category:American films
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