what we do
Watershed Works was conceived by Sophia Raab in a grungy apartment in upper Manhattan several years ago. Since then, their first production, Come Lovely, has taken them around the country to many festivals including Hamptons International, Newport Beach, Woodstock, Rhode Island International, Dahlonega and the LA International Shorts. A beautiful short directed by Jake Davis and shot in upstate New York, Come Lovely marked a wonderful beginning for Watershed Works.
Currently Watershed finished filming their first full length feature, Racing Daylight. Visit the site at www.racingdaylightthemovie.com
Also near completion is a full length documentary entitled 21 Below, which
is an intimate exploration of women and the choices they have to make in regards
to family in the current social and political climates.
As for the future, several good stories are in the works... not the least of which would be Nicole Quinn's (writer/director of Racing Daylight) next peice entitled Slap & Tickle.
Sophia, a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts has worked in New York City theatre, film and television production since her graduation in 1998. She has worked on productions ranging from NBC’s Law & Order and ABC’s Spin City to independent feature films and music videos. As a member of the Peregrine Theatre Company she has both performed and directed plays in NYC venues such as the John Houseman Theatre and HERE performance space. As an actor she has appeared on Law & Order, as well as several independent films such as Winning Girls Through Psychic Mind Control, the Chrysler Extreme Filmmaking award winning short The Fortune Teller and Come Lovely.