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Thank you for the tremendous support and response to our short film “For All the Times”. We had been discussing this film idea for a while and we were really glad to be able to finally share it with everyone. Many people have asked where our inspiration for the story came from.

Believe it or not, “For All the Times” is actually based on a true story. When Eddie and I were young, we used to live in New Jersey because our parents were attending graduate school there. For my 7th birthday, I desperately wanted to celebrate with a pinata like many of my friends from school had. When we went to the store to buy one, however, they were far more expensive than my mother had anticipated and she told me we couldn’t afford it. I was heartbroken.

That night, Mama Lee spent the entire night creating a pinata from cereal boxes and construction paper using rice in place of glue. I woke up the next morning surprised by a new pinata on the kitchen counter. I was overcome with conflicting emotions of gratitude and shame; I appreciated the time/effort my mother had spent, but I was embarrassed because it didn’t look like any of pinatas from the store. Only later, when my friends began gushing about how cool and different my pinata was, did I truly appreciate my mother’s masterpiece.

“For All the Times” captures a very simple story about a young boy who fails to appreciate his mother’s love. During the production of this film, I was constantly reminded of how I continue to take my mother’s love for granted. I hope that this film reminds people of their mother’s incredible love and inspires them to celebrate their mom everyday, not only Mother’s day.

Watch the film here: For All the Times

-Jason

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The Jubilee Project and Harvard Medical School Class of 2014 produced a parody of SNL Lonely Island’s “Jizz In My Pants.” This video was premiered at the 2011 Second Year Show: The Hangoverdose.

This video will also be used to raise awareness and money for prostate cancer. For every view this video gets in December, sponsors will donate a penny to “ZERO – The Project to End Prostate Cancer.” Become a sponsor and pledge to donate a penny per view by emailing project.jubilee@gmail.com.

For more information about ZERO: http://zerocancer.org/

Directed and edited by: Eric I. Lu
Lyrics written by: Josh Baugh
Recorded and mixed by: Albert Chen
Performed by: Josh Baugh & Camila Fabersunne
Produced with: Eddie Lee, Jason Y. Lee

Original by SNL Lonely Island: http://bit.ly/tfMMzb
Instrumentals: http://bit.ly/vJsN7m

246 million children are currently victims of sex trafficking and forced labor. “Back to Innocence” is a short film and fundraiser produced to create awareness around sex trafficking.

Featuring Megan Lee, Trip Hope and Lauren Lee
Written and Directed by Eddie Lee
Director of Photography Francisco Bulgarelli
Produced with Eric Lu and Jason Y. Lee
Music in teaser: “Just Another Man” by Tim Be Told

This short film will be featured on the Jubilee Project College Tour. It will be released on YouTube following the tour.

To become a sponsor of the short film and donate one penny for each view the video receives, email us at project.jubilee@gmail.com. All donations will be directly donated to Odanadi, a non-profit organization whose mission is to stop trafficking.

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