Beecher Reuning is a filmmaker from the Bible Belt of Tennessee. While their work spans many different themes, they are most passionate about telling stories that deconstruct harmful religious ideologies while affirming the value of a larger spirituality. They received their MFA in Cinema-Television Directing from Regent University in 2015 and have been serving as an Assistant Professor of Cinema at Lee University since 2018.


2021          Plot Device (Half-Hour Pilot)

                  Co-Writer & Director

                  Perfectly Adequate Films

2021          Good People of Orphan Ridge (Feature Narrative)


                  Matthew Fisher Films

2018          Sent Forth (Short - 9 minutes)


                    Winner Best Tennessee Film - Knoxville Film Festival

                    Official Selection at Nashville Film Festival, Burbank                        Film Festival, Azalea Film Festival, Johnson City Film                      Festival, Foothills of the Ozarks Film Festival, Canada                      Faith & Family Film Festival

2015            A Pointless Pencil (Short - 10 minutes)


                    Winner College Television Awards (Student Emmy's)

                    Best Student Film Burbank Film Festival

                    Best in Show Push Film Festival

                    Official Selection at 17 Film Festivals

                    Winner of 14 Awards

                    Received Theatrical Distribution in 30 countries


2021            Of Dusk and Marsh (117 page feature) 


                    Semifinalist Nashville Film Festival

                    2nd Round Austin Film Festival (2020)

2018            Rapture Me Now (112 page feature)


                    Semifinalist Final Draft Big Break Competition

                    Winner Best Feature Screenplay UPIKE Media Arts