A new movie filmed in Columbus will be shown in the Giant Screen Theater at the National Infantry Museum on Sunday, March 28, at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. and Sunday, April, at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. “My Brother’s Keeper” pits a Soldier’s faith against his horrific experiences in combat. A question-and-answer session with scriptwriter Ty Manns will follow the screening.Manns, a retired U.S. Army Infantry officer who lives in Phenix City, has already made a name for himself in the faith-based movie industry with films including the successful “A Question of Faith.” His newest film tells the story of a returning war veteran (played by T.C. Stallings) as he struggles with PTSD.
“My Brother’s Keeper” was directed by Kevan Otto. It also stars Joey Lawrence, Robert Ri’chard and Keshia Knight Pulliam.
Manns assembled a crew of more than 50 people and a cast of nearly two dozen for filming in 2018. Many Columbus-area residents were used as extras. He estimated contributing more than $280,000 to the local economy while shooting on locations
including Rose Hill Church, the Government Center, a local hospital, a security training center near Fort Benning, and downtown on Eleventh Street near Mabella’s restaurant.
Tickets for the film are $8 for adults; $6 for children. Tickets must be purchased online at https://faithcontentnetwork.brushfire.com/mybrothe…/500016
Seating will be limited due to social distancing requirements. Masks will be required. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. The Rally Point Canteen will be open for popcorn, drinks and other snacks. Museum galleries will not be open during this event.