The independent film company that brought a big-screen movie premiere to Madison earlier this fall is set to complete production of its second feature film in the coming weeks.

Pigasus Pictures, based in Bloomington, plans to complete “Ms. White Light” starring Judith Light, Roberta Colindrez, Zachary Spicer, Carson Meyer and John Ortiz after shooting for the film began Oct. 27 in Bloomington. The film is the first release after award-winning “The Good Catholic,” the first of six projects slated by Pigasus to be filmed in Indiana.

“Ms. White Light” tells the story of a father and daughter who operate a business counseling terminally ill patients. Paul Shoulberg wrote and directed the film. The movie is produced by Spicer and John Robert Armstrong.

The remaining five projects will include both feature films and two television pilots planned for production in 2018 and 2019. All projects are expected to have a first release by 2021.

“Overall, at Pigasus we are dedicated to revitalizing the film industry in Indiana, and we’re doing this by creating Indiana jobs, retaining and developing Indiana talent, and working to inspire the next generation of filmmakers in the state,” Armstrong, the company’s chief operating officer, said in a news release.

Pigasus Pictures hires a majority of the filming crew locally, while also creating internship opportunities with universities and working with Indiana high school students on short films. Kira Daniels, a Southwestern High School graduate, won the first high school screenwriting contest by Pigasus Horizons. The short film, which received support from several groups in Jefferson County — was shot during three days in Madison and was featured during the premiere of “The Good Catholic” on a tour throughout the state.

“The Good Catholic” is now available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon, video on demand, DVD and Blu-ray.