This Dark Comedy is About an Atheist Who Sees No Reason to Live

How do you find meaning in life when you don’t believe in God?

In the movie All Too Human, filmmaker Travis D. Brown explores that question through the character Mark, a suicidal man who can’t seem to finish the act because “life gets in the way” every time. Along the way, however, the people he talks to convince him that there’s plenty worth living for.

Check out the trailer below. (Warning: There are NSFW or disturbing images):



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A Run-Down Church in Spain Just Became a Beautiful Indoor Skate Park

What do you do with a hundred-year-old Spanish church that’s no longer in use?

You do some fundraising, get Red Bull involved, and turn it into a large, beautiful skate park:



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A Christmas Song for Atheists About Keeping the Merry and Dumping the Myth

Peter D’Angelo, a composer who normally creates music for TV and film, put together a Christmas song for atheists. It’s called “Keep the Merry, Dump the Myth



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Artists Called to Submit Proposals for Non-Religious Holiday Display in New Haven (CT)

Whenever we hear about Nativity scenes on public property, and secular displays put up in response, we’re usually talking about something snarky or explicitly non-theistic. A banner with an in-your-face message, a Satanic display featuring a not-so-well-known Bible verse, a secular Nativity featuring the Bill of Rights, etc.

In New Haven, Connecticut, the Yale Humanist Community has put out a call for artists to create a special installation that would go up on the town green every year and offers something positive to the community:



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Here’s What Happened When a Christian Parent Pulled Her Kids From a Gay Teacher’s Theater Class

“I find that theatre without gays is like cooking without spices.”

That’s only one brilliant line from a text that Michael Neri, a theater teacher from Birmingham, England, sent back to a homophobic parent who told him that she would be pulling her kids from his class because he’s gay. She told him that her family’s beliefs didn’t agree with his “lifestyle,” and he gave her all the reasons why that’s a ridiculous thing to say.

Neri tweeted their exchange, and it caught fire online. Here’s the full text of their conversation:



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