Gordon Strain, left, a theatre professor at Franklin College, works on the set of "The Good Catholic," a film created by Indiana University alumni starring Danny Glover, John C. McGinley and Zachary Spicer. Strain served as the production designer for the film, which debuted Feb. 3 at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Submitted

A new movie with several ties to Indiana and Indiana filmmakers premieres Wednesday at the Artcraft Theatre in Franklin.

“The Good Catholic,” will be shown at 7:30 p.m. at the theater, 57 N. Main St., Franklin. Franklin College instructor Gordon Strain worked as a production designer on the film.

The movie was filmed in Bloomington and stars Danny Glover. It is produced by “Rudy” and “Hoosiers” director David Anspaugh. The cast also includes John C. McGinley (“Scrubs,” “Platoon”) and Zachary “Zach” Spicer, a Greencastle native.

The comedy/drama follows the story of an idealistic young priest, who is dedicated to his calling until he meets a woman at confession. After the meeting, he seeks guidance from his fellow priests.

The movie was released on Sept. 8 nationwide and in Bloomington, where it was filmed, on Sept. 17. The film, rated PG-13, was produced by Pigasus Pictures, a New York-based film company, co-owned and operated by Spicer. Spicer’s friend, Paul Shoulberg, wrote the film, based on the true events of his parents’ story.

Tickets are $3 to $5. Learn more at historicartcraft