Lynchburg, VA - Lynchburg will roll out the red carpet Saturday for the premiere of a movie producers say is a must see for families.
There will be a free screening of "Finding Faith" at Thomas Road Baptist Church at 5 p-m.
Erik Estrada, who plays the sheriff of Bedford County in the film, will be there.
The movie is based on actual cases investigated by Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces.
The executive producer hopes it will open a dialogue within families.
"It's a safe film. It's a safe film for moms, dads, grandparents, kids, preteen, teenagers," said Jason Campbell, the executive producer. "In a way of getting the family together to watch the film to say we might have some bad internet habits in our family and maybe we should change those."
After Saturday's premiere in Lynchburg, the film will be screened at two churches in Roanoke.
Estrada and Campbell will then go on tour, presenting the film at churches and community centers across the nation.