Mater Media

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Ellisville, Missouri 63021

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©2018 BY ZIP RZEPPA.  Praised be Jesus and Mary!

Movies are one of the most powerful forms of media to influence the hearts and minds of millions.  The problem is, much of the content in today’s movies leads audiences away from, not closer to, the Lord.

Mater Media works in collaboration with Hollywood-based movie producers, METANOIA FILMS 
and NOVO MEDIA GROUP, to fund, produce, deliver, promote, and market movies of the highest artistic quality that influence the culture by reaching hearts through unique stories and presentations of what is good, true, and beautiful.

THIS IS THE YEAR

Currently in post-production, this humorous, dramatic, emotional teen movie features a dynamic cast of young star actors and actresses, and brings a message of morals and values and hope to the young people of America. 

THE
PREQUEL
TO THE
PASSION OF THE CHRIST

The original rights have been acquired from Mel Gibson, and funding is now completed, for this $20 million potential blockbuster, a totally unique film based on the revelations of three Catholic mystics, about the Incarnation, Visitation, Birth, Presentation, and Finding, of the Lord Jesus Christ— presented in stunning, powerful, cinematic form to reach and move the hearts and minds of young people.

CONTINUING PROMOTION AND MARKETING

BELLA

CRESCENDO

CATCH

Metanoia Films’ 2007 Toronto Film Festival-winning full-length classic starring Eduardo Verastegui and Tammy Blanchard. This powerful, pro-life story has been responsible for the births of more than 1,000 babies after their abortion-determined mothers saw the film.

The 2011 multi-award winning short film, set in the 18th century, presents the little-known story of one of history’s most famous figures, and how his life was saved before his birth.  A powerful pro-life presentation.

Written and directed by Wizards of Waverly teen heartthrob, David Henrie, Catch is the story of a father who does not have time to play catch with his young son—a short film with an emotional, and ultimately uplifting, message.