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Local filmmakers look back on ’80s Christian rock with ‘Electric Jesus’

musicians on stage in film "Electric Jesus"
The band 316 in "Electric Jesus." Photo provided.

Furman University theatre arts alumnus Chris White ’92 and his wife Emily Reach White have written and directed a new feature film, “Electric Jesus,” which will make its way to theaters near you this year.

If the main title didn’t tip you off, the subtitle tells it all – “The 80s Hair Band You’ve Been Saving Yourself For.” Inspiration for the film comes from White’s upbringing that included Christian rock and going to Bible-camp in Columbia, South Carolina. John Jeter of Greenville Journal covers the film starring Judd Nelson (“The Breakfast Club”), Brian Baumgartner (“The Office”) and Claire Bronson.

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