JPCatholic Senior Film Projects 2019

Mar. 28th, 2019

JPCatholic’s graduating seniors and their teams are busy at work in pre-production for their thesis short films, which will premiere in early September at Regal Cinemas Escondido.

The Senior Projects process spans three quarters (about nine months), allowing students to invest more time and effort into creating a polished capstone project for their portfolios. Senior Projects involve a lot more than just seniors, as both underclassmen and MBA students get involved with various key roles in bringing the films to life; and students are often involved in more than just one project.

Check out the full list of 2019 films below, and consider supporting them with a donation or by following their productions on social media:

Codename Leto

Codename Leto

Directed by Marielle Cuccinelli

Assassin-turned-housewife Cathy and her disconnected family must come together or die when Cathy's old black ops team comes after them.

For more information and to support this project, you can check out their instagram, facebook page, and IndieGogo campaign.

Frames

Frames

Directed by Anthony Weidner

A young man travels through picture frames in pursuit of a woman, learning what it is to be a man while becoming worthy of standing beside her.

For more information and to support this project, you can check out their website and facebook page.

Clips

Gray Matters

Directed by Keenan Wostenberg

An alcoholic’s loyal best friend struggles to act on his mounting suspicions that his buddy might be turning into a monstrous menace. Based on the short story by Stephen King.

For more information and to support this project, you can check out their IndieGogo Campaign and facebook page.

Imogen

Imogen

Directed by Sophia Flemings and Christopher Weingart

Imogen, a teen who doesn't belong, heists a record store with the help of her younger brother and the unknowing boy next door for the means to get out of her hometown.

For more information and to support this project, you can check out their facebook page.

Merrick Carlyle Has a Problem

Merrick Carlyle Has a Problem

Directed by Hailey Jackson

In this rom-com, gentle psychopath Merrick Carlyle finds herself facing a complicated problem when her socially awkward classmate, Isaac, falls in love with her. She now must figure out how to let him down easy or learn to make a relationship work without love or empathy.

For more information and to support this project, you can check out their IndieGogo Campaign and facebook page.

Roy

Roy

Directed by Joseph Fifelski

Set in a cold, post-apocalyptic world filled with robots and clones, ‘Roy’ is an historical sci-fi drama about sacrificial love and the effects of violence.

For more information and to support this project, you can check out their facebook page.

Unspoken

Unspoken

Directed by Andrew Ascough

Kyle Parsons, the 19-year-old son of an ex-boxing champion, tries to gather money to pay for his father’s lung treatment by participating in underground fights.

For more information and to support this project, you can check out their IndieGogo Campaign and facebook page.