Faith Based Movies
For almost a decade the Wilharm family spent our days making faith based movies. Sharon wrote and directed the movies. Husband, Fred, filmed and edited. Daughter, Brittany, helped with casting, trailers, and color grading.
Summer of ’67
Based on real life events, Summer of ’67 brings to life the turbulent times of the sixties and the struggles faced by the men and women impacted by the Vietnam War. Young wife and mother Milly is forced to live with her mother-in-law while her husband Gerald is away on the USS Forrestal. Kate must choose between Peter her high school sweetheart and Van her new hippie boyfriend. Ruby Mae finally finds true love with Reggie only to have him whisked away by the draft. Each woman faces the question of whether or not their man will return, and even if he does, will life as they know it ever be the same?
Rachel Cartwright and Mitchell Little both grow up in the small town of Providence, Tennessee. Their paths keep crossing and at one point it looks like they’ll finally get together. But the opportunity slips away and they go their separate ways. It takes a tragedy many years later before they’re reunited.
Providence is told silent cinema style using beautiful cinematography and indie music to tell a love story without dialogue.
The Good Book
The Good Book is an evangelistic silent film told completely through visuals and music. It’s been distributed to missionaries and missions groups around the world.
A small New Testament passes through the hands of fourteen strangers. For seven of the individuals, their lives will never be the same.
Flowers for Fannie
Fannie Fairchild locked up her heart when her beloved George was killed in the War. But now she faces her own mortality and realizes that she has no one to maintain her grave with flowers. After a number of failed attempts to hire someone for the job, Fannie finds herself helpless and under the care of Louise, a young woman nothing like Fannie.
Class of ’91
Class of ’91 is the story of Roger and Diane Wagner who give new meaning to the term self-absorbed. Their 20th high school reunion is coming up and they can’t wait to impress their classmates with their worldly success. Then the unthinkable happens. Roger loses his management job and the Wagner’s empire comes tumbling down. When he’s offered a job as a community center director, Roger and Diane must come to terms with their new life. Do they embrace or reject it?
Christian Movie Reviews
Looking for a Christian movie to watch with your family? Or maybe you’d like to host a family night at your church. Here are some of my movie reviews and recommendations.