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Info session to be held for Erik Estrada movie in Rock Hill

Anna Douglas
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Nick Ut - AP
Erik Estrada poses Wednesday April 19, 2007, on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after receiving the 2,336th star in Los Angeles. Estrada, who skyrocketed to fame in the 1970's as the star of NBC's "CHiPs" has recently re-emerged to the public as a regular on three reality series. (AP Photo/Nick Ut) ORG XMIT: LA111

ROCK HILL Local church leaders will hold an informational session Saturday for anyone interested in learning more about a Christian movie expected to be filmed later this year in Rock Hill.

A producer and director in charge of the upcoming movie “One Church” will visit West End Baptist Church on Saturday. The 10 a.m. meeting will serve as a pre-production session and is not a casting call, organizers say.

Auditions for those interested in being part of the movie’s cast will be scheduled in June. Crew member opportunities are also available.

The film is being produced with JC Films and will feature Erik Estrada, former “ChiPs” television star. Estrada works with JC Films to produce faith-based movies.

A network of local churches called “Rock Hill One” is hosting JC Films and helping with production and filming.

The meeting will be held at West End Baptist, 1727 McConnells Highway. For more information, call 434-851-5584 or email Jason@JCFilms.org .

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