Romantic Comedy | 75 minutes | 2015 | HD | United States Of America

Festivals & Awards

Best in Show: Interrobang Film Festival
Best of Fest: Columbia Gorge Int’l Film Festival
Best Feature: VOB Film Festival
Best Narrative Feature: Logan Film Festival
Official Selection: Montclair Film Festival
Official Selection: Knoxville Film and Music Festival
Official Selection: Twin Rivers Media Film Festival
Official Selection: Queens World Film Festival
Official Selection: Harlem International Film Festival
Official Selection: New Filmmakers New York
Official Selection: Red Dirt Int’l Film Festival
Official Selection: Mount Vernon Int’l Film Festival
Official Selection: Southeastern Film Festival
Official Selection: CUNY Film Festival

Cast & Credits

Leah Rudick (Made to Order)
David Bly (Same Boat)
Chris Roberti (High Maintenance)

Directed by Yedidya Gorsetman
Producer: Josh Itzkowitz


Love. Happiness. Fake Hippies.

The Epic Concept is the jam band to watch, and Rachel, an inexperienced filmmaker, wants to document their rise to stardom. She attends a 3-day jam band festival, bringing her buttoned-up boyfriend Evan along to run sound.

When Rachel's camera and equipment goes missing, Rachel tries to make the most of their weekend and enjoy all of the music (& recreational drugs) the festival has to offer. Meanwhile Evan is on a mission to infiltrate the jam band scene he despises and find the missing camera.

Complicating things is the presence of Rachel's ex-boyfriend, Mike, a non-stop party animal bent on winning her back.

A deadpan comic tale about the hazards of judging others by their appearances and the impossibility of recapturing the past.


“A well-reviewed comedy set in the twirlydancing stoner universe of a jam-band festival.” - Variety

“So close you can smell the patchouli.” - Rogue Cinema

“The music soundtrack is flawlessly done. Truly an ear catching experience to go along with this outrageously, funny independent film. The story is perfection. The acting is golden. I laughed so hard at times I think I busted a lung.” - A Bucket of Corn

“Jammed is a very funny, and strikingly realistic portrayal of what it’s like for those of us that seem to be stuck in the generation between Millennials and Gen X-ers.” - The Well Written Woman