Marina Rice Bader (executive producer of Elena Undone, A Perfect Ending, and writer/director of Anatomy of a Love Seen) has announced the release of the official Raven’s Touch trailer.
Raven’s Touch marks Soul Kiss Films’ fourth feature and stars Dreya Weber (The Gymnast, A Marine Story) and Traci Dinwiddie (The Notebook, Elena Undone, Supernatural).
Raven’s Touch will have its world premiere in Los Angeles on August 1 followed by its northern California premiere in San Francisco on August 6 at 7:00 p.m. at the Victoria Theater.
Tickets to the San Francisco screening are now available online. Watch the film, meet the stars, enjoy the after-party with DJ Page Hodel, food from Frannie’s Kitchen, and enter the drawing to win a limited edition nude of Dreya, signed by the lovely lady herself.
Written by Weber, produced by Marina Rice Bader, and co-directed by both, the film tells the story of two women who find healing in the most unexpected place. Blaming herself for a tragic accident, Raven Michaels (Weber) secludes herself at a remote family cabin. She wanders the woods on the verge of a breakdown, seeking peace in isolation. In a last ditch attempt to save her family, Kate Royce (Dinwiddie) takes her two teenagers camping far from the distractions of technology and young romance. When Raven and Kate’s worlds collide, they offer each other unexpected opportunities for intimacy and healing.
Weber is a well-known Bay Area actress/producer and aerialist. She’s worked as an aerialist for celebrities including Madonna, Cher and Pink, for whom she choreographed several aerial acts including the performance of Pink at the 2010 Grammy Awards. She also performed aerial silk at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. She produced and stars in The Gymnast which took home 28 festival awards, including Best Feature at Outfest, Newfest and Frameline.
Dinwiddie is known for her work on The Notebook, Mr. Brooks and for her recurring spot as badass and blind psychic Pamela Barnes on the CW’s Supernatural. She also played Peyton Lombard in Elena Undone. Dinwiddie studied West African drumming for years. She is often a guest artist playing djembe and dun duns for the world fusion band, Yeh Dede. She used to be a key member of the band, The Groove Goddesses – a name she uses as on Twitter (@groovegoddess) where she leads a community of fans known as “T-bugs.”