SUPER WOMAN
JACQELYN RUFFNER:
Independent Film Maker...and more
UPDATE!
"THE THIRD SOCIETY" IS NOW A REALITY! 
THE DVD IS NOW AVAILABLE AT AMAZON.COM
AND CONTAINS BEHIND-THE-SCENE FOOTAGE
AND MUSIC VIDEO EXTRAS!
SEE JONES IN ACTION!
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     One of the wonderful benefits of this website is being in contact with creative people with a dream. Jacquelyn Ruffner has lived more than one dream already in her life. She wrote and starred in school plays (she began this at age 7!); a USC graduate with a degree in Social Science and Communications; lived in Asia and Singapore; holds over 20 marksmanship awards; a Muay Thai kickboxing expert; and when she has free time (rarely), she races motorcycles.
     Ruffner founded Warrior Entertainment in 1993, specializing in music management. The company's most ambitious venture yet is a full length feature - THE THIRD SOCIETY.
     We were fortunate to get an exclusive glimpse of some scenes from this action film, and it was breathtaking. Seemingly impossible shots involving a Lear Jet chase around an airport hanger were fantastic, due in part to remote controlled mini-helicopters equipped with 35mm film cameras! The whole concept seems fresh, and may just be the "kick" that domestic action flicks need now. Ruffner has succeeded in mostly all she's set out to be, and her biggest dream now is to make movies. She remarked that she once failed a course in "Practical Film Making". (Film schools...threat or menace?)
     I don't think that's cause for concern.
a behind-the-scenes shot from
"THE THIRD SOCIETY"
UPDATE!! Warrior Entertainment was kind enough to allow me a sneak preview of the first cut of "The Third Society".  A very fast moving 90 minutes. Cool visual look reminiscent of "Traffic".  Impressed by offbeat casting of Sonya Eddy (Nutty Professor II) as the police Captain. It works. Breathtaking opening showcasing Austalian nature plus the 'trademark' shot of main charactor Jones in the lake (a touch of sensualty there.) Many tense sequences. 
Hats off to Ruffner for having enough generocity in giving several cast members good showcasing scenes. Great kick-boxing sequences, and some surprising touches of humor. 
For more information, see WARRIOR ENTERTAINMENT
     "Everybody wants the trophy, everybody wants to be the best. But it's really about how far you can push yourself, how far you can go beyond what you're capable of doing."  - JACQUELYN A. RUFFNER (aka JA STEEL)