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Did you know JCFilms Studios operates 20 Production Clubs across America? Here is a new short film produced by our Greenville, SC Production Club! Sarah, a college student pursuing a career in stage acting copes with the loss of her mother, a strained relationship with her father, and all the pressures of school, work, and pursuing a dream her father does not support. When she finds a note from her mother with the verse 1 Peter 4:8, it changes everything.
Reta: The Worst Kind of Monster
RETA: The Worst Kind of Monster is a journey into the life of serial killer Reta Mays told from her son’s perspective. Since 2019, when his mother was named ‘the person of interest’ for the murders of multiple Veterans, Brandon Mays met with filmmakers and revealed shocking information about his mother and the investigation. Just how did this nursing aide become one of America’s most horrific ‘Angel of Death’ serial killers?
I Can't Breathe - God Forgive Them
I CAN'T BREATHE: GOD FORGIVE THEM is a modern-day story of Job based on the true story of Thomas Laresca. Laresca lived an average life in a quiet American town: a good job as a stock trader, a wife, a family, a beautiful home. Then in 1998, his life changed. While living in Boca Raton, Florida, Laresca was wrongly arrested and abused by the police 64 Minutes
GLASS WALLS is a new faith inspired film by JCFilms Studios that follows the lives of two pastors and their wives that attend a ministry retreat center where they start the journey in shattering their GLASS WALLS. Starring Dean Cain, Eddie McClintock and Kristi Lawrence the film hopes to bring light to these issues and find healing to America’s pastors.
Jon Moore was nine when a family tragedy made him a ward of the state. Shuffled from one foster home to another he deals with survivor's guilt, sexual abuse, bullying...and a conjured spirit who incites him to attempt suicide. At seventeen, Jon is released from a mental hospital to yet another foster home. There he meets a mysterious girl in the woods nearby who teaches him about faith and forgiveness. As the summer goes on he begins to fall in love, only to learn that she’s had a tragedy of her own…and harbors an unbelievable secret.
In the United States 52% of marriages end in divorce. Often in these cases there are custody battles which effect fathers access to their children and the children themselves. The movie 'Fathers' explores the story of two divorced men and one unmarried dad and the challenges they face when fighting for their custody rights, even when they are clearly the more consistent and better parent. You will never hear a father say "yes the court system was completely fair to me". This is a prominent but untold story. The movie 'Fathers' explores this important subject and how reveals how saving fatherhood is essential to a healthy society.