For the second time in a year, Lynchburg will be the backdrop for an independent film featuring a Hollywood veteran.
Erik Estrada will be shooting a movie this summer called "Uncommon." It tackles the topic of prayer in public schools.
You may remember last summer he portrayed Bedford County's sheriff in a movie called "Finding Faith," which deals with Internet predators.
Liberty Counsel is producing this year's movie to spread a message about religious freedom.
"I think it's important that not only students know what their religious liberty rights are, but also teachers, parents and people in the community, so that the religious liberties and the constitutional rights of these young children and young students are ultimately protected," said Mat Staver, chairman of Liberty Counsel.
A casting call for "Uncommon" is being held this Friday and Saturday.
Adults ages 25 to 65 should come to the Friday audition, which will happen from 5 to 9 p.m. Boys and Girls ages 14 to 26 should come to the Saturday audition, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Both events will happen at Liberty Christian Academy, room 150 (cafeteria).