Topeka, KAN. (WIBW) -- A local film with a cast of home grown talent will make its premiere in Topeka this May.
"ERASURE" follows therapist John Loeb (Dané Shobe) on his mission to erase traumatic memories surrounding the death of his wife. The film was produced by Verve Media Filmmakers, an independent film collective based in northeast Kansas.
The public is invited to a multi-showing premiere of "ERASURE" at Washburn University's Henderson Hall Saturday, May 10 at 1:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Organizers are asking for a $2 donation at the door. Proceeds will benefit Habitat for Humanity.
Posters for the film will be given to attendees that donate $10. Those who donate $20 will receive a free shirt. Anyone donating $25 will receive both while supplies last.
The film contains brief language, brief violence, and some disturbing images.
John Loeb (Dané Shobe) is a therapist with a haunting past. With the help of a neuroscientist friend (Shawn Nyberg), he is on a mission to chemically erase the traumatic memories surrounding the death of his wife. The price of designing a new reality weighs heavy when the fibers of John's reality spiral out of control in this surreal psychological drama. Contains brief language, brief violence, and some disturbing images.
Dané Raphael Shobe, Shawn Nyberg, Bethany Ayers, Jim Ramos, Matt Briden, Sara Carolynn Kennedy, Ashley Vaughan and many more!
The film features an original score composed by up-and-coming electronic artist Tom Richman, and was written and directed by Austin Snell.