Adjunct instructor Steve Taylor directed “Blue Like Jazz,” a 2012 movie based on Donald Miller’s best-selling memoir of the same name. In the film, an incoming college student discovers the student body’s conflict with his Christian faith and abandons it. The USA Today named it among the top movies students should watch get through their freshman year.
Taylor teaches Producing Film for the Entertainment Industry at Belmont University.
“Beautifully directed by Steve Taylor, the film tackles the existential struggles and corresponding crisis of faith so many people deal with during college,” the article says. Click here to read the article on “Blue Like Jazz” in USA Today.