Our Parent Company

Fide Films

Fide Films is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation whose mission is to create faith-based documentaries and other video content for individuals and other non-profits. From start to finish we conceptualize, write, direct, produce and distribute short and long form films to glorify God and support His children.

IRS EIN#: 84-2513000

Name explanation

Why do you call it "Fide Films?"

Great question! Our name is based on the 5 solas of the Protestant reformation. The second, Sola Fide, or Faith alone, describes the way Believers are saved... It's not by merit or how hard we work, but by Faith alone that Christ accepts us into His kingdom.

Read our Statement of Faith

Here's What We Stand For

Biblically Accurate

Our films and way of life are built on the perfect and infallible Word of God as our only authority and source of truth.

Not for Profit

We don’t seek to earn money from our projects, our content is given away for free in order to serve the mission.

For the mission

Everything we do is for Jesus and to serve His precious creation. We stand up for the voiceless and marginalized.

Meet Our Team

Tac Coluccio
Executive Director/Member

Tac Coluccio is an award winning documentary filmmaker born in Stroudsberg, Pennsylvania. He was adopted as a newborn and grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona. Tac grew up as an atheist, but became a Christian during production of his first documentary, Dinosaur Heart. He's freelanced as professional photographer and filmmaker since 2011. Tac's love for God, others and storytelling compel him to produce Christian films meant for the greater good. 

Matt Chastain

Matt grew up in the small town of Monticello, Georgia. A distinguished actor in high school and college, Matt went on to earn a Journalism degree with an emphasis in television production from The University of Georgia in 2001. Fifteen years into a successful career in advertising and TV / radio production, Matt sold his business to become a full time filmmaker. In 2016, he wrote and directed the feature film Small Group the Movie that went on to win Best Picture at the 2019 International Christian Film & Music Festival.

Chris Hines

Chris Hines has been writing and producing short films since 1995. As a producer, Chris most recently oversaw a successful seven figure raise and successful production of Small Group the Movie. He is chairman of the board of Film Athens, a non-profit dedicated to growing, educating and revitalizing the film community in Athens, Georgia. Chris is also an entrepreneur with 20 years of experience managing departments, budgets and marketing campaigns and currently serves as CFO of one of the most successful travel agencies in the southeast. He holds a B.A. in Marketing from the University of Alabama.

Board of Directors

Craig Osten

Craig Osten has served in various communication and leadership positions for national and international ministries for more than 30 years. He has co-authored four books and has also provided assistance on more than a dozen books by several best-selling authors.

Art Brooks

Art Brooks has been involved with the broadcast industry since 1972 in all levels of small market television and radio. He served as president & CEO of the Arizona Broadcasters Association (ABA) for nearly 30 years, and in 2018 was inducted into the ABA Hall of Fame. He is now launching a new radio show RESCUERS at Salem broadcasting’s Christian talk station KPXQ 1360.

Nikki Lehman

Nikki Lehman holds a bachelor's degree in social and behavioral sciences and a masters degree in psychology.  She is the co-founder of two local non-profits and currently serves as the executive director of Arizona Faith and Families.  Nikki seeks to live a life defined by faith and a desire to glorify God through every action and endeavor.