The Susan Harmon Hour, which airs Fridays from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m., welcomes Melinda Raebyne who wrote and is co-directing Asylum, a short film based on a true story about domestic violence and mental health. The interview will take place Friday, July 10th. In addition to Raebyne, her co-director, Tony Doupe will be on the show. Doupe is also known for appearing in the Oscar-nominated film, Wild. Both Raebyne and Doupe will be joined by Tim Vernor of STIFF (Seattle Transmedia and Independant Film Festival), and Alder Sherwood, actress, author and producer of the documentary, Do You Shift?
For her part in this important project, Susan Harmon shares her own personal story of rape in the promo video that will be seen at Asylum’s Red Carpet Launch on July 17 at 5000 University Way NE Seattle, 98104. Both Netflix and Indi Films are following Melinda Raebyne and have added to the buzz about Asylum. For more information, listen to the program Friday, July 10th from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. Later archived here.