Doubting Thomas
Doubting Thomas
Award Winning Independent Film by Will McFadden

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When a black baby is born to white parents, a family's life is torn apart as secrets are revealed, their love is tested and the legacy of racism in America hits home.

“Finding new angles on
unacknowledged prejudice”



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“Doubting Thomas may just change how you think and will generate important conversations about race and identity.”

- Van Jones, CNN Host and Author

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An Award-Winning FILM Revealing RaciAL ANd SociAl Issues Not often PORTRAYEd on screen

Writer/director/actor Will McFadden’s award-winning independent debut is a complex tale that reveals unconscious racism and assumed privilege in the innocence of a baby. The concept for the film was born from the true story of a black man killed in police custody during a racially charged incident. That man's son, Joseph Campbell, co-wrote the story with McFadden. Doubting Thomas is the winner of Audience Award at Dances With Films Festival, Best Screenplay and Best Actor at Golden Door International Film Festival, and Best First Feature at Tallgrass Film Festival.

Doubting Thomas is a great drama. The acting is stellar, the writing is honest, and what it says about race, perception, and your true self is sincere.” - Film Threat

The film had it’s theatrical launch screenings at Arena Cinelounge in Los Angeles from October 11th-17th, 2019 , and is now available on digital platforms and video-on-demand as of October 15, 2019 (see “watch now” links above). If you would like to hold a screening and/or Q&A of our film, go to our contact page and reach out. Our mission is to keep this story and these conscious conversations surrounding racial and social issues going as much as we can, wherever we can. Thank you for your support. The film’s cast includes: Will McFadden, Sarah Butler, Jamie Hector, Robert Belushi, Zach Cregger, with James Morrison and Melora Walters. A Long Way Home Production, in association with Lexicon Entertainment and Gravitas Ventures. Find us on IMDb, and on Rotten Tomatoes.

...there’s a speech in which Ron describes people’s reactions to his existence that is one of the best written moments of any movie all year. 10 out of 10.
— Film Threat