She was murdered because of her faith in Jesus Christ – Rachel Joy Scott was the the first person shot and killed during the 1999 Columbine school shooting. Rachel Scott was attacked specifically because of her Christian faith. The film called “I’m Not Ashamed” will be released in theaters on the anniversary of the shooting, April 20 2016. You can watch the trailer below. The film will feature Masey McLain, Sadie Robertson, Ben Davies, Bella Robertson, Korie Robertson and Matthew Schuler
Lead role in Columbine film helps actress grasp God’s love
Masey McLain, the daughter of a Georgia Baptist pastor, knew God intended her to play the true-to-life movie character Rachel Joy Scott, a Columbine victim, even when the part first went to someone else.
“I’m Not Ashamed” Most Popular Movie In America – Earns 93% Rating as Producer Considers Taking Legal Action Against Google
The new movie portraying the story of Rachel Joy Scott, the 17-year-old shot and killed by the two boys who carried out the massacre at Columbine High School near Denver in 1999, earned a top-tier 93 percent approval rating at Rotten Tomatoes over its opening weekend, when it also took in nearly $1,800 per screen.
But that doesn’t mean there’s no controversy over the stunning story about Scott.
The producer, Chuck Howard, told the Washington Times over the weekend that he’s still deciding on how to respond to Google’s censorship of the movie’s promotions for nearly a year.
New Music Video From Christian Music Artist Jeremy Camp For Film Based On The Life of Rachel Joy Scott Released
In April of 1999, Rachel Joy Scott became the first victim of the Columbine school shooting. For years Rachel’s story has impacted the lives of countless youth. Now her story of dedication to her faith is making its way to theaters October 21st.
Being released and distributed by the leading independent Christian film studio Pure Flix Entertainment, “I’m Not Ashamed” aims to inspire a new generation to stand firm and be bold for Christ. The film is an honest look at the struggles a teenager faces while trying to live for God and be a light in an increasingly dark world.
To go along with the film’s release, Christian music artist Jeremy Camp has posted a music video for the title track of the film. Which is a powerful anthem of boldness and declaration of faith that we as believers and followers of Jesus Christ are not ashamed to defend the faith at any cost. Even if that means giving our life here on earth.
With scenes that appear to be filmed in the school hallway set the video features the film’s star (Masey McLain) reprising her role as Rachel Scott, seen writing in her journal while sitting against a locker as Jeremy and his band perform in the hallway throughout the video. The music video and song offers an intense but powerful presentation that perfectly captures the film’s core message.
The Inspiring True Story Of Rachel Joy Scott Coming To Theatres October 21
I’M NOT ASHAMED is the story of Rachel Joy Scott, the first student killed at Columbine High School on April 20th, 1999, and how her life and testimony changed the world for God.
Starring Masey McLain, Sadie Robertson, Ben Davies, Bella Robertsonm, Korie Robertson, and Matthew Schuler, I’M NOT ASHAMED opens in theaters nationwide on October 21, 2016.
For more information visit http://imnotashamedfilm.com