25% of the U.S. population has abandoned religion.
Hear their stories for the first time.

Listen in to the personal conversation of eight “nones” who abandoned religion, and why one chose a different path that led to the discovery of an ancient faith. Becoming Truly Human is a thought-provoking documentary story for both the curious and the committed. Honest and humble. Transparent and transcendent. Explore what’s happening in America and around the world through the eyes of the “nones.”


Step #1:

Fill out the form below. Request a complimentary preview of the film. Provide your event date and details. Select flat-fee license or ticketed event option.

Step #2:

We will contact you to make arrangements and provide event support.

Step #3:

Organize your showing.

Step #4:

We will deliver a streaming or download version of the film 48-hours before your event.

  • (Church, seminary, etc.)
    The licensing fee for a one-time showing of this film is $300. To avoid a licensing fee, you can use the TheatriCast ticketing solution.
  • How many people do you expect to attend the event?


Becoming Truly Human is a documentary film that offers a cinematic portrait of eight “Nones,” each of whom shares his or her journey from religious affiliation to religious non-affiliation. The film hears from each individually and as a group, as they share their respective views about religion, the world, God, the afterlife, and much more. Woven throughout, one None, Basil, shares how his quest for spiritual wholeness ultimately led him from religious non-affiliation to something else entirely.

We prefer that all screening events take place on Tuesday, August 22. However, if that date will not work for your showing, we can arrange scheduling your event on a date that works best for you between August 22 and September 12.

Showings will happen across the U.S. hosted by a wide-range of civic, education, and faith communities.

The film is 85 minutes long.

The film is rated TV-PG and there is no violence or cursing in the film, but there are some themes in the film that may not be suitable for very young children.

No, the event is pre-recorded.

There are two ways to host a showing. The first option is to select a standard license of $300 for a one-time showing. The second option requires no up-front costs. Instead, we provide a simple solution to sell tickets to the event.

Once your group has committed to hosting the event, we will set up a way to purchase a license or sell tickets depending on what works best for your plans.

Digital tickets will be delivered via email. Tickets will be available for purchase online until two hours prior show time or until the event is sold-out.

Yes, but we do ask that all guests have a ticket. A ticket can be purchased by guests themselves or by your church or organization and given away. Tickets are delivered via email and can be printed out.

Yes, we will list all confirmed events on our website and, if applicable, on the ticketing platform.

If for some reason you do not want outside members to attend, please let us know and we can certainly accommodate that request.

Yes, you can sell tickets at the door the night of the event.

There are costs associated with the filming, editing, and release of the film.

Yes, please contact us directly at hello@theatricast.com

Yes, at a point in the future, however the release dates have not yet been announced.

Please email hello@theatricast.com with all media inquiries, requests for talent interviews, and other press questions.

Please email hello@theatricast.com and we will promptly respond to any question or inquiry.