World’s Best School Psychologist
Directed by Kentayvion Joseph Bush
After abused middle school student, Alexander Marrontime, goes to his school counselor for help, he gets caught in the middle of a game of psychological revenge and spends a month battling between his moral compass and his trust for the only adult who’s ever truly cared about him. Produced through Media Arts Center San Diego’s Teen Producers Project.
Experimenting and expressing the human experience through written and visual arts
KJ Bush is an up and coming student film writer and producer who currently attends Canyon Crest Academy and learns filmaking at the San Diego Digital Gym. Kane has covered a wide range of film types such as horror/thriller, documentary, PSAs and trailers and is continuing to experiment with a range of film types. Most of his specialties lie in human emotion, psychology and experiences which heavily shows in his films, narratives and poetry. He’s very passionate about any kinds of fine and visual arts and takes advantage of any medium possible to give others the chance to see the world through his eyes.
Emerging Filmmakers / 120 minsSan Diego’s up and coming talent pool is deep! Check out what the next generation of filmmakers is producing in this shorts block. Featuring films from Grossmont College, San Diego City College, Pacific Arts Movement “Reel Voices” and the Media Arts Center San Diego’s “Teen Producers Project”. Want to support new talent and meet the superstars of the future, this is the screening for you!
In This Program: La Vie En Rose, World’s Best School Psychologist, Yung Cookie, 4-H 4-Us, Flip The Record, In a Jar, Village Boi, Pictures of Deceit, CLONE TEST, Lucy’s Raw Eyes, 93 miles, If These Streets Could Talk: Synchronicity, The Mirror Effect