Arts and Culture

With a team dedicated to Post-Production, we guarantee to provide the highest quality result for all of our clients. No matter what type of project you’re looking to create, we’re here to make it reality. As one of the most challenging stages in any project, we specialize in providing Pre-Production to our clients. With our team of experts, rest assured that your visual content will be nothing short of exceptional. When it comes to Creative Development, you can count on us to continue working until it’s exactly what you’re looking for while still staying within your timeline and budget. As true partners and creative problem solvers, we ensure that each of our services lead to your satisfaction and success.


It is with a beckoning from the Lord, we are prompted into action to bring the world, through film, the Blessed Virgin Mary's apparitions in Medjugorje and the miracles taking place there between the mountains. Every gift, regardless of the size, will help us develop this project in record time. Please contribute with a one time or monthly gift. An easy way to give is attaching your credit card and the extra change per purchase will be rounded up at the end of each month. This generally averages $20 per month, just rounding up the change. Each contribution will have the name or family name acknowledged with gratitude in the credits. A beautiful way to leave a lasting legacy. We thank you in advance for contributing to the development of this feature film… Between the Mountains! Kindly, MTJ STUDIOS AND GO MEDIA PRODUCTIONS

The Artists in Residency Program is being led by the CoPlace Consortium — a group with a proven track record of transforming idle properties into thriving arts and entertainment destinations — and Gray Area, a San Francisco-based countercultural hub catalyzing creative action for social transformation. CoPlace’s mission is to transform communities while propelling economic growth by strengthening alliances among municipalities, community leaders, and investors. The team’s passion is in creating spaces that can serve neighborhoods’ current residents while drawing in the extended San Diego community. CoPlace has completed multiple socially and economically impactful projects, which have received awards and garnered international attention from industry, government, and academic groups. CoPlace emphasizes expression through art. When communities express themselves artistically, people think creatively about how they can contribute to their own lives and those of their neighbors. About Gray Area Gray Area is a 21st-century countercultural hub catalyzing creative action for social transformation. Our mission is to cultivate, sustain, and amplify a community of creative practitioners who apply antidisciplinary practice at the intersection of art and technology towards engaging with the complex challenges facing our world. Through public events, education, incubation, and research, we maintain a platform that enables creators of diverse backgrounds and perspectives to transcend boundaries within deep artistic collaboration and gain agency to impact the world through category-defying work.

Launching the CoPlace Artist in Residence Program

The CoPlace Artists in Residence Program is catalyzing positive social, economic, and environmental change in San Diego’s Logan Heights neighborhood by commissioning talented artists and promoting tactical urbanism. Constructed from repurposed shipping containers, 21 brand new units will provide housing for the Artist in Residence program, bringing together hundreds of artists across multiple domains — a rotating cast of recognized rising stars and established names from the local, national, and international art scene, to live, work, and co-create over the initial 12-18 month project period. The creative products that will be made possible via your support are in anticipation of the 2024 World Design Capital Festival, which will be dually hosted by Tijuana and San Diego. Creatives from the San Diego, California and Baja areas will work alongside creatives from across the USA, Mexico, and around the world, engaging in various forms of artistic expression that empower them, and engage Logan Heights and its residents, e.g., via public and participatory art, and community-based urban gardening. Your donation will be used primarily to support: ° The initial round of public art projects in Logan Heights ° Housing, supplies, and stipends for the Artists In Residence ° Preliminary tactical urbanism work, guided by members of the team who published Maker City ( ° Our initial launch event

The mission of the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation is to preserve the heritage and architecture of West Orange County, while creating new cultural experiences. Since 1994, the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation has been an integral part of the preservation and revitalization of historic downtown Winter Garden, fostering an understanding of the social, cultural, economic, and environmental transformations that have shaped the area. The Foundation was formed when plans arose to demolish Winter Garden’s historic Edgewater Hotel, making the Foundation the moving force behind the restoration of the downtown historic district and a strong voice promoting historic preservation. Today, the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation continues to accomplish its mission by operating three locations in the heart of Winter Garden: The Heritage Museum, the History Research and Education Center and Visitors’ Center, which houses an extensive archive documenting the area’s past, and the Central Florida Railroad Museum, which showcases the influence the railroad has had in the development of Florida.

Winter Garden Heritage Foundation

Contributions make the following possible: - Local history exhibits - The daily operation of two museums and an archive in historic downtown Winter Garden - Educational field trips and in-class presentations for area school children - Preservation and care of historic material related to West Orange County history - Interactive tours, community events, and programs