Screenwriter Maggie Kiley is directing the indie movie, which started production last week in Michigan.
Snow stars as Cora, a young woman who begrudgingly answers the phones at a prayer hotline where she finds her own faith tested when a caller tries to convince her that she is his savior.
The film is produced and financed by Storyboard Entertainment’s Jason Potash and Paul Finkel. Dan Hyman is also producing, while Bryan Binder serves as co-producer.
Storyboard previously produced Kiley’s directorial debut “Brightest Star,” which was recently released in theaters and is now available on VOD.
Flannery, who is best known for playing Meredith on NBC’s “The Office,” will soon be seen alongside Elijah Wood in “Cooties.” She’s repped by Innovative Artists and Seven Summits Pictures.
Headly, who recently played Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s mother in “Don Jon,” previously co-starred in “Dick Tracy” and “Mr. Holland’s Opus.” She’s repped by ICM Partners and Untitled Entertainment.
Lipinski, who recently played a younger version of Josh Brolin‘s character in Jason Reitman‘s “Labor Day,” will soon be seen on Steven Soderbergh‘s Cinemax series “The Knick.” He’s repped by the Gersh Agency and TMT Entertainment Group.
Kiley is repped by APA.