For the past 4 years, our talented and ambitious Fellows have endeavored to write, produce, and edit narrative & unscripted short films based on the idea of living for something greater.
The Fellowship provides unique obstacles that each team must work to overcome. As a result, they are stretched and grow not only as filmmakers, but as individuals and teammates.
We are continually amazed at what the Fellows are able achieve in their 2 short weeks at Fellowship, and hope they walk away with something they are proud of.
To The Girl I Was | JPF class of '16
We asked a group of women to share with us their life experiences and answer one question: “If you could tell your younger self anything, what would you say to her?”
After Amy | JPF class of '15
Too often, we become closed off from those around us in an effort to protect ourselves. Frank, a father who is grieving after the death of his wife, attempts to get his distanced daughter to see things from his perspective, despite the growing chasm between them.
Exposure | JPF class of '14
“Exposure” follows the journey of an aspiring photographer whose life is changed when she finds an unexpected surprise while given the opportunity to give a eulogy for her father who passed away.
Alstroemeria | JPF class of '13
How do you stand up by sitting down? Our short film asks one simple question: Can you stand up for someone by simply sitting down beside them?
A Toast | JPF class of '16
Everyone gives and receives love in many ways, with different reasons for doing so. We called in a handful of couples to expand on these differences and to share their stories with us.
Heartsick | JPF class of '15
Eight-year old Dakota and her father share a family bond that is nearly unbreakable. However, she must now deal with his recent departure to the Army and face the trials that come with their separation from one another.
You Are More | JPF class of '14
As Austin, a varsity swimmer, works towards his dream goal in life, he spirals into a cycle of self-harm and develops eating disordered behavior. With the help of his friend Chase, Austin is finally able to confront his dark secret.
Road Back Home | JPF class of '13
Reunited with his kidnapped daughter after 10 years, a father must learn how to rebuild his relationship with her while battling the demons in his own life.
Take Two | JPF class of '16
Have we been so busy with growing up that we end up growing apart? What would you say to your parents if you only had one last chance?
How It Once Was | JPF class of '15
Joseph and his father's struggle with forgiveness years after a terrible accident. How it Once was is about how they begin to reconcile after years apart.
Recovery | JPF class of '14
What if we lived in a world where careers in the arts and entertainment were stable and careers in medicine, law and business were unstable? Would any of your choices change?
Catching Clouds | JPF class of '13
"Catching Clouds" is a story about people transforming the way they see themselves by enduring personal setbacks.