For Everything There is a Season

In 2012 Fred bought the domain FaithFlix.com. At the time we didn't have a use for it, but he bought it with the expectation that at some point we would need it. And we did. After attending NRB Convention in 2013, I felt inspired to start blogging about the faith-film industry. Faith Flix was conceived…

Interview with Sharon Wilharm

Thanks to National Association of Film Critics for the great interview. We got to talk about my filmmaking background, my directing style, our experience with AMC Independent, and more.

National Association of Film Critics

What inspired you to get into filmmaking?

I never intended to be a filmmaker. I was a bookworm and never even really watched movies. But my husband had a broadcast communications degree and ten years into our marriage decided he was going to make a documentary about the history of the small town we’d moved to. Somehow that documentary morphed into a narrative feature with me writing the script, directing it, and starring in it. I had no clue what I was doing and hated it. But ten years later, he convinced me to do another movie. We ended up doing seven movies, and at some point, I decided if this was what God had us doing, the least I could do was to learn how to become a better screenwriter and filmmaker.

What filmmakers would you say were your greatest sources of inspiration and who had the greatest influence…

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James Bond III Film Festivals – Christian Edition

This weekend we had the privilege of being a part of the James Bond III Film Festivals - Christian Edition in Springfield, Kentucky. It's the first of a series of film festivals that will take place in Springfield throughout the year. In March will be the TV & New Media Edition, in July is Hollywood…

National Novel Writing Month

As many of you know, Summer of '67 is our last film. We're leaving the film world, and I am transitioning over to writing and speaking. I attended the American Christian Fiction Writers this fall, met an agent who is interested in my Victorian novel, and now I just need to get it written and…

Summer of ’67 – The Tour Continues

Summer of '67 released at the Nashville Regal theater June 29. After a two-week showing in Nashville followed by another week at Showplace Cinemas in Evansville, Indiana, we've been on the road, bringing Summer of '67 to film festivals, theaters, churches, and community events. We've had screenings at least once a week, many times two…

Summer of ’67 – The Music

Alexandra Sedlack, Robert Biehn, Daniel Harper

If you've seen Summer of '67 already, you probably noticed the music. In fact, we won "Best Soundtrack" at the Mid Tenn Film Fest and have had a number of other festivals and film critics mention the music. Since Fred was the composer for the score, he provides a behind the scenes look at the…

Summer of ’67 Digital Release

I’m excited to announce that as of today Summer of ’67 is on Amazon Prime and Google Play. Which means if you’re on Amazon Prime, you can watch the movie for FREE! In the event that you’ve not been following the movie, we released theatrically June 29 at the Regal Theater in Nashville and showed there for…

Summer of ’67 Releases to the World

I'm excited to announce that as of today Summer of '67 is on Amazon Prime and Google Play. Which means if you're on Amazon Prime, you can watch the movie for FREE! In the event that you've not been following the movie, we released theatrically June 29 at the Regal Theater in Nashville and showed…

Summer of ’67 Movie Tour

When making a movie, we really have no idea where it will end up. We always start with a plan, but plans change. Things don't work out the way we thought they would. Events happen that lead us in a different direction. Our Summer of '67 Movie Tour is a perfect example of God leading…

How to Make the Most of Film Festivals

Last month I shared why filmmakers need film festivals. Now I'd like to talk about how to make the most of your festival experience. First, you have to be selective about which festivals you submit to. It's easy to get caught up in festival fever and submit indiscriminately, but if you're not careful, you're just…