Actor-director-screenwriter Weber knew that the main purpose of Soul Kiss Films was to produce films by women, for women, and when Rice Bader approached her with a collaboration opportunity that would create a powerful and empowering piece for the screen, Weber was enthralled.
I happily accepted an invitation to attend the San Francisco screening of this intriguing film in August because I knew that Marina Rice Bader's Soul Kiss label never disappoints its adoring lesbian audience.
You started Soul Kiss
Films in 2009 as a way of making movies by women for women.
A Perfect Ending is based on a high-concept one-line description that came from Marina Rice Bader, Conn's producing partner (the two founded Soul Kiss
Films, whose mission is to produce women's films by a variety of women writers and directors): What would happen if a woman had never had an orgasm by the time she was 50?
Conn's production company, Soul Kiss
Films, has a singular goal--make films that empower women.
Most of the selections, too, seem to be reprints of earlier work or excerpts from novels, like Shay Youngblood's piece taken from Soul Kiss