JPCatholic Senior Film Projects 2020

February 15th, 2020 | By Clare Schmidt

In the Senior Project experience, teams made up of seniors as well as younger students plan and produce a polished short film over the duration of three quarters (about nine months). Every year in late summer, JPCatholic premieres the senior projects at Regal Cinemas Escondido the night before graduation.

You can view the full list of 2020 Senior Film Projects below, along with links to follow or support the projects!

ANSIEDAD

ANSIEDAD

Directed by Karina Diaz

Months away from graduating college, Anza works tirelessly to succeed in her most trying class. Inadvertently, she manifests not only her greatest enemy but the hardest lesson she’ll ever learn.

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DANDELIONS

DANDELIONS

Directed by Sam Hendrian

Nearing the end of her life, a never-married woman finally finds love within the confines of a dementia care home, but she must face the ever-increasing possibility that her long-term memories of loneliness shall outlive her short-term memories of companionship.

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IF I DIDN’T HAVE YOU

IF I DIDN’T HAVE YOU

Directed by Azara Seek

When her husband leaves her, an overwhelmed mother of four doesn’t think things can get any worse – until she finds out that she is pregnant with another one of her husband’s children, who she is completely unprepared to deal with.

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Imogen

OLD, NEW, & BLUE

Directed by Anne Lin

When his ex-girlfriend has her wedding reception at his hotel, bellhop Jarred Clark must successfully appease his semi-sweet boss, his ex’s new husband, and her crazy family.

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VU JA DE

VU JA DE

Directed by Elisa Litke

In this comedy, high schooler, Georgia, is stuck in a time loop, but with the help of her best friend, Robin, tomorrow is just around the corner.

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Younger

YOUNGER DAYS

Directed by Matthew Middendorf

A young man struggles to connect with his father who has dementia.

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Zion

ZION’S RANSOM

Directed by Andrew Koltunuik

A mother and son struggle with two issues that threaten their relationship: one, she has Alzheimer's. Two, he is not her son.

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