It is a great privilege, being located in the city of Austin, to have a number of artists within our church body. All Saints seeks to support and encourage these artists as they grow and develop and send their work out into the world.

On this page, you'll find various opportunities to engage with the film-making world through some of our member-artists.

All Saints member and film producer, Mary Beth Minnis currently has 4 films (2 in the running for an Oscar!) with promotional events in Austin coming up this fall.

Return to Mogadishu: Remembering Black Hawk Down


Return to Mogadishu: Remembering Black Hawk Down, documents Army Best Ranger Jeff Struecker’s first trip back to the scene of the Battle of Mogadishu since the fight twenty years ago. The 10-minute short film documents Struecker's emotional reaction and intimate description of a battle that still haunts many Americans today.

Imba Means Sing

(Associate Producer)

An independent documentary feature film, IMBA MEANS SING proves the power of music and the empowering impact of an education.



(Associate Producer)

On August 1st, 1966, a sniper rode the elevator to the top floor of the University of Texas Tower and opened fire, holding the campus hostage for 96 minutes. When the gunshots were finally silenced, the toll included 16 dead, three dozen wounded, and a shaken nation left trying to understand. Combining archival footage with rotoscopic animation in a dynamic, never-before-seen way, TOWER reveals the action-packed untold stories of the witnesses, heroes and survivors of America’s first mass school shooting, when the worst in one man brought out the best in so many others.

Mama Rwanda


(Associate Producer)

MAMA RWANDA is a modern tale of working mothers told through the eyes of the unlikeliest women – those who lived through genocide. Drocella, a village wife, and Christine, a city widow, have traded subsistence living for a life of business innovation, sparking enlightenment and controversy among their communities. Set against the backdrop of national reconciliation, Drocella and Christine represent a new generation of women helping to turn post-genocide Rwanda into one of the top ten fastest growing economies in the world. Interspersed by commentary from Rwandan experts in women’s entrepreneurship, the film highlights the roles of education and access to capital in empowering women to overcome poverty through entrepreneurship. A universal, globally relevant tale, MAMA RWANDA is a deeply cinematic portrait of two mothers on a journey to build peace through prosperity creation.