be not afraid

MOST FAITH-BASED FILMS AREN’T BAD... THEY ARE TOXIC.

They tend to give shallow answers to life’s incredibly complex problems, substituting the silver screen for a pulpit as they try to pass religious propaganda for entertainment.

Be Not Afraid! will lift your spirits without insulting your IQ.

In this first-of-it’s-kind movie, writer/director Taylor Gahm makes room in the faith-based genre with an unrated, irreverent exploration of faith, inadequacy and doubt. (NSFW)

Challenging the religious status quo instead of peddling canned answers, Gahm paints a whimsically messy picture of faith with juvenile humor, believable characters and a generous orthodoxy.

Inspired by his TED talk, Be Not Afraid! invites audiences into a world where angels are just as flawed as the humans they’re sent to serve, and entertains the idea of a God thrilled more with humans discovering their True Selves than just trying to behave.

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...AMUSING AND UNEXPECTED... -Oaxaca Film Festival

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THE MAN BEHIND THE MOVIE.

If you’re wanting a religious debate or apologetics from Taylor Gahm– you’ll be sorely disapointed.

With a self-described faith as sometimes just “daring to believe he’s not a piece of shit”, Taylor brings his trademark honesty to this intereview.

IT’S A MOVIE FOR PEOPLE WHO...

Want to be entertained.

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Want to be spiritually inspired

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Want to resonate on authentic issues of faith

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Don’t want their intelligence insulted.

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Aren't embarrassed to be a person of faith.

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Want to ask better questions

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Don’t want the same old rigid answers

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Appreciate life as it is– not how it should be.

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Want an inclusive viewpoint with God

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Won’t settle for the biased religion agendas

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Faith based content that’s authentic and messy

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TEXT AN
ANGEL!

That’s right! The angels of Be Not Afraid! are standing by to answer your SMS text messages– just click below to send from your mobile device.

WARNING: Some angels serve only to make things worse.

winner filmmaker grant houston

Be Not Afraid! was funded in part by a
grant from the City of Houston through
Houston Arts Alliance.