Saving the Jean

"Saving the Jean" a new documentary from Spellbound Pictures has launched a website for the film:

"Saving the Jean" a new documentary from Spellbound Pictures has launched a website for the film, located at:

The online presence for the film was designed, developed, and executed by Savannah GA web design firm Heideldesign in only two days.

"Saving the Jean" is the story of a historic boat that found itself shipwrecked in Savannah, GA, on its way from New York to Costa Rica. While much of the action focuses around the fight to save the historic craft, the true heart of the movie is found in the motives, actions, and friendships of the boat's owner and the man drawn to restoring the vessel.

The filmmaker, Jennifer Spell and her creative team have complete control over all of their website's content by utilizing a web-based, easy to use content management system. Upon site launch, Spell had three words to say to her project manager at Heideldesign: "YOU ROCK! AWESOME!!"

Heideldesign is proud to be a sponsor of "Saving the Jean" and encourages the public to attend "Jean's Day" on October 22nd.


Press release from:

Jean's Day Fundraiser
October 22, 2005
Tybee Island

Come out to help save history.

Benefit party Saturday, October 22, at Dean’s Daiquiri Factory on Tybee Island (11 Tybrisa Ave. next door to the Carbo House) from 2 to 6 p.m.

Food, drink, live music by The Tybee Mountain Boys, along with an art auction and raffle.

Entrance is free. All proceeds from sales of food, t-shirts, raffle tickets and donations will go towards Jean’s restoration.

Sponsors include: West Marine, Sea Tow, A Boater’s Paradise, Atlantic Coast Canvas, TBS Investments, Old Town Trolley, Heideldesign, Environmental Specialty Products, Kaleigh Visual Design, Two Girls and a Red Hot Poker, Carbo House and Spellbound Pictures.