Janis Carney

film Experience/Education

Bodies of Water, dir. m. salganek, UAF: audio intern, Dec 16

Fire Dept instructional Video: camera, production, July 16

State of Science series: camera, editing, June 16

Discovery Channel, ice cold killers: bit role, nov 15

Fairbanks 4 courtroom: CAMERA, Oct 15

atellgun, DIR. D. CALVIN: ACTOR, APRIL 15

WE BREATHE AGAIN, DIR. M. CHAMBERLAIN, UAF: EDITING, JAN 15

IT FEELS GOOD, DIR. A. MACLEAN, UAF: SET DRESSER, PA, JUNE 14

UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS: BA,FILM PROGRAM, GRADUATION 2017

University of Alaska Fairbanks: ba/Justice 2000

 

Email:     jcarney@alaska.edu

Telephone:  1 (907) 378-3496

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Transition

Everyone has a story to tell. Before studying film at the University of Alaska Fairbanks I had an interest in people in transition, whether that be location, health or their stage in life. Retirement, ageing, homelessness, loss, illness and accidents, all take their toll. Capturing those times is a worthwhile endeavor. With my ties to Alaska and my Native brothers and sisters I always look for elders who want to share their past on film as a documentary or screenplay. My films are produced with the utmost attention to detail and authenticity. Looking for a Movie Producer that really knows how to get the job done right? Check out my recent work and see what I can do for you today!

Concept Title:  

Aboard the QE2

Synopsis: An older man plots to end his life with pills at the end of a lavish European vacation while on board a cruise home. He discovers that his nurse has been stealing his pain medication and all he has left is vitamins. He goes for plan B, a swan dive into the North Atlantic. He awakens from his bad dream and appreciates his life and family. 

life transitions

Elder Suicide Statistics

This is News 19 interview with Lois Harvey who suffered from depression and Dr. Thomas Loepfe. Lois found that medication and social interaction helped her get her life back on track.  

Budget:  $1700
Schedule:
2 Prep/rehearsal days
4 shooting days
budget & schedule
right to die/die with dignity movement
The right to die is a moral principle based on the belief that a human being is entitled to end their own life or to undergo voluntary euthanasia.
Pet owners are thought to be humane when their aged family pets are put down. 

Married for a year, Brittany Maynard, 29, found she had aggressive brain cancer. She had six months to live and didn't want her family to watch her die in pain. Maynard and her family moved to Oregon to take advantage of the Death with Dignity law. She says nobody has the right to take away the option from someone who is terminally ill.

(from CNN Opinion 11/2/14)

Al Pacino plays Jack Kevorkian in 'You Don't Know Jack' (Dir B. Levinson) a 2010 television film. Kevorkian, known as Dr. Death, was an American euthanasia activist who claimed to have assisted at least 130 terminal patients right to die via physician-assisted suicide.

Pacino also played Lt. Col. Slade in the movie 'Scent of a Woman' (Dir. M. Brest, 1993) about his last weekend in NYC before his planned death.  

Two Old Women: An Alaskan Legend of Betrayal, Courage and Survival, is a 1993 novel written by Velma Wallis who is from Fort Yukon, Alaska. In archaic times, two old Gwich'in woman are abandoned by their tribe in the Alaskan wilderness. They surprise their people by prospering during the winter months on their own. 

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION

TAKE ACTION. SUICIDE PREVENTION STARTS WITH EVERYDAY HEROES LIKE YOU. FIND OUT MORE AT AFSP.ORG.

CUNARD cruise ship LINES

Music

A legend that 'Nearer, My God, To Thee' was the final tune played by the 8 member band on the Titanic cruise ship when it sank in 1912 opens the movie 'Aboard the QE2.'

back story

Carney's Show House

Fort Yukon, Alaska

photo from the UAF Archives

I sometimes meet old timers who remember Carney's Show House in Fort Yukon, Alaska. It was owned and operated by my parents Eunice and Bill Carney from the 1930's -1951. 20-25 movies were delivered twice a year by steamboat and they were viewed over and over again with enthusiasm. They were silent then talkies, westerns and B movies. In the later years better quality movies arrived. The Show House drew a crowd every weekend. My parents sold candy bars and made root beer and ice cream for sale. When the movie was over, the benches were cleared away to dance, and dance they would, sometimes all night. Bill Carney had strict rules for his patrons so everyone had a good time. If someone got out of hand, he would bring out his blackjack and calm would prevail. 

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