Monday, January 30, 2023

Joliet Central Drama to produce feature-length film


According to an article in The JTC Journal, the student newspaper at Joliet Central High School in Illinois, the school’s drama club is expected to release in a few months a feature-length film about a day in the life of 13 high school students.

The film, entitled “1:35,” tells the story of the 13 high school students who are called into a conference room for some reason one afternoon. Once they get into the room, they realize it has been locked from the outside.

Trapped, they experience a sequence of events that change their lives forever, reports JT Elder in today’s edition.

Because the school’s auditorium is unavailable this semester due to construction, the film is expected to be released around February. When it is released, it will become the first-ever feature-length film produced by students at the high school in Chicago far-southwest suburbs.

We’ll be watching!

Paul Katula
Paul Katula is the executive editor of the Voxitatis Research Foundation, which publishes this blog. For more information, see the About page.

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