"INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES OF JOJO"

(AND HIS ANNOYING SISTER AVILA) New Haven Debut


From the backwoods of America, comes the age-old story about a boy, his sister, and a pack of wild wolves.

When Jojo and his sister Avila are left to their own devices after a car accident injures their mother, they must survive in the woods on their own. Among the travails and harrowing experiences is a deranged hobo, ravaging wolves, abandoned couches, and dirty diapers.

Incredible Adventures of Jojo (and his annoying sister Avila) trailer from Brian Schmidt on Vimeo.

But don’t fret for the little ones; they have a sharp pocketknife at the ready. The creative team behind this unique film refer to it as a “children’s film” and they couldn’t be more correct. THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES OF JOJO (AND HIS ANNOYING SISTER AVILA) is pretty much every daydream every seven-year-old kid ever had. Ever. There’s adventure, danger, comedy, and Skittles. If you’re a parent, this film may make you squirm. But if you’re a child or a child at heart, Jojo and Avila will take you on the incredible journey you’ve been waiting for.

“This film is not for over-protective parents,” warns this Tim Burton-esque, absurd children’s comedy from first-time writer-directors, husband-wife team Ann-Marie Schmidt and Brian Schmidt.

11.14.15 - 12:00 pm
1 hour 30 minutes
Gateway Community College