A Detroit-based filmmaker is taking love to the next level! Pastor André Butler is reaching higher ground with his first feature film, Match Made premiering this fall.

Match Made is a faith-based movie starring Nya Bryanna as Monica and Dominique Davis as Mike. The full-length movie centers around Mike and Monica’s budding romance. Mike is living his best life! He’s a highly successful tech entrepreneur and gets whatever his heart desires. However, deep inside, he feels something is missing. Meanwhile, Monica is a visionary who believes in her self-worth. She has goals to be the best, but leaves no time for one of life’s greatest gifts. As they continue to grow closer, their love story sparks a bit of uncertainty.

Match Made was written by Butler to be a fun, informative and relatable narrative. It marks the first screenplay by the pastor-producer.

Pastor André, as he’s fondly called, is on a mission to enlighten, inspire and empower others through several forms. The film-writer is also a published author of various books. His most recent publication is entitled Bae or Nah: Finding the Love of Your Life, which is highly-rated by readers on Amazon.

The movie Match Made is being described as “the story you need to hear.” Be sure to catch André Butler’s Match Made when it debuts this fall and watch the exclusive interview with Butler, below!

Purchase tickets to see the movie at: MatchMadeMovie.com

Buy the book, Bae or Nah: Finding the Love of Your Life on Amazon.

Oh, and, um hey, sis…
Listen to the podcast to hear bonus clips from this episode!


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Cheryl Grant

Cheryl Grant

Cheryl Grant is a film critic and entertainment industry veteran who has been heard on the airwaves of The Tom Joyner Morning Show and Radio One stations across the country. Follow her on Instagram at: @news2cher.

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