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  • Village Christians Schools
  • UC Irvine
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NOTHING SO STRANGE: Filmmakers, 20 Feb 2006 [cached]
NOTHING SO STRANGE is the brainchild of Los Angeles director/producer/playwright Brian Flemming. He co-wrote the recent off-Broadway hit Bat Boy: The Musical (Best Off-Broadway Musical 2001-Lucille Lortel Awards and Outer Critics Circle; 8 Drama Desk nominations); wrote and directed the feature film Hang Your Dog in the Wind (Special Jury Prize, 1997 Florida Film Festival; official selection, Gen Art Film Festival); produced, directed and appeared in segments for IFC's former newsmagazine show "Split Screen"; and produced a radio documentary about a debate between a rabbi and Larry Flynt. He is also the co-founder of Slumdance, an alternative festival that appeared in Park City in 1997. Brian is the author of, which chronicles his various exploits, including his being pushed around by Bruce Willis's security thugs in Idaho.
Flemming turned to Orlando-based media production company GMD Studios , whose Brian Clark and Tammy J. Kearns serve as executive producers for NOTHING SO STRANGE.
Forecasts & Trends E-Letter by Gary D. Halbert, 5 Dec 2005 [cached]
One such posting was in regard to a December 5, 2005 press release by a group called Beyond Belief Media, led by "former Christian," Brian Flemming .  The press release was intended to formally declare a "War on Christmas."  Here's an excerpt from the release:
Los Angeles, December 5, 2005 -- Beyond Belief Media has formally declared war on Christmas, the December 25 holiday in which Christians celebrate the birth of the mythical figure Jesus Christ, the company announced today. "Christian conservatives complain nonstop about the 'War on Christmas,' but there really isn't any such war," said Beyond Belief Media president Brian Flemming, a former fundamentalist Christian who is now an atheist activist. "So we have decided to wage one, to demonstrate what it would look like if Jesus' birthday were truly attacked." As its opening salvo, Beyond Belief Media has purchased advertisements this week in the New York Times , USA Today and the New Yorker magazine. The company's 300-member volunteer "street team" is also descending on Christmas-themed public events with random "guerilla giveaways" of Beyond Belief's acclaimed DVD THE GOD WHO WASN'T THERE.   "No Christmas pageant or Nativity display is safe from our troops," said Flemming.
Free Cinema: About, 17 Mar 2015 [cached]
Brian Flemming, a filmmaker and playwright, is the founder of Free Cinema.
Friendly Atheist » Blasphemy Challenge Still Going Strong [cached]
Brian Flemming was supposed to release The Beast movie on June 6th.
Friendly Atheist » Brian Flemming, Interviewed said,
March 13, 2007 at 11:54 am
[…] Simon over at Bloggasm features an interview with Brian Flemming, director of the documentary The God Who Wasn't There and co-founder of the Blasphemy Challenge. […]
It began in December when Brian ..., 17 Feb 2007 [cached]
It began in December when Brian Flemming, a 40-year-old filmmaker and playwright based in Los Angeles, started the Blasphemy Challenge, asking people to post videos on YouTube denying the existence of God.
In one video, for example, a teenage girl says, "I know that the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, God, the flying spaghetti monster, pink unicorns, all of these made-up entities do not exist."
Those who participate at the Flemming site,, receive a free DVD of the documentary "The God Who Wasn't There," which Mr. Flemming wrote, directed and produced.Mr. Flemming, a former evangelical Christian turned atheist, said the DVDs cost him about $25,000.
Mr. Flemming, who says his Web site does not make money, said he started questioning his religious faith during his senior year of high school, when he transferred out of an evangelical school to a secular one.
"Once I started asking questions about Christian doctrine and seeking answers to Christian doctrine, I realized there was no way Christian doctrine could survive," he said.
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