Based in Culpeper, Virginia, Glass Jar Films is a specialist in producing cinematic wedding movies. Justin McMillan opened the business with a desire to visually portray stories of true love. Naturally gifted in narrative-based videography, this expert strives to create something as unique and authentic as the newlywed couple in front of his camera lens.
Glass Jar Films is excited to exceed expectations through a comprehensive selection of services. All footage is captured in crystal clear 4K resolution along with professional-grade audio quality. Couples can choose from three wedding packages depending on their budget and requirements. Whole-day coverage is provided regardless. Each collection concludes with a varying final video ranging from highlight and short-form to feature-length productions. Justin and his team are committed to a 90-days-or-less turnaround time and present couples with a unique keepsake item when their project is finished.
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It all began at a newly opened Mexican restaurant in Manassas, Virginia. As the new kids on the block, managers Justin McMillan & Luke Tamer devised a plan to put the business on the map. Through a series of ever more ambitious festivals & street parties, Mariachis Tequileria quickly became one of Prince William Counties most popular destinations. This all culminated with being honored with Prince William Counties award for Tourism & Hospitality.
Before each festival, they would come up with little ads to drum up interest & give people a laugh. It was a favorite part of the planning process, a chance to really get creative & hook our audience (and sell tickets). Then, during the festivals, they would shoot video to post on social media, so everyone could see how cool we were. It was this that started our love affair with filmmaking. Each festival ad got progressively more intricate, with each one being shot & edited the same day.
After the pandemic struck, the festivals came to an end. Shortly after, Justin was asked to film a wedding as a favor, & the thrill of filmmaking came rushing back. It was like shooting the ad & the festival as one. One, tidy little package, that would bring joy to the recipient, time & time again. After this revelation, Justin told Luke about his fantastic discovery, & the duo, previously known as the Gringos Behind the Curtain, became Glass Jar Films.