Rachel is currently attached to narrate “Take Me To The River“, a feature-length documentary by Jonathan Hayes, according to Spiral Entertainment. Many thanks to Jord for this amazing find!
TAKE ME TO THE RIVER (Jonathan Hayes), will continue shooting through 2012/2013 for a 2014 release. The World Wildlife Fund-Canada has partnered as a key financier, Rachel McAdams is attached to narrate, and distributor KinoSmith has signed on to release the film theatrically upon completion.
It’s developed with the support of the WWF-Canada and it’s currently in production with the support of the Canada Media Fund. The documentary is directd and written by Jonathan Hayes. Darren Portelli and Jane Motz Hayes are producting.
TAKE ME TO THE RIVER is a feature length documentary that will follow seven citizens fighting for seven rivers. We watch as they fight for justice, while we examine our own complicity in the degradation of these waterways. TAKE ME TO THE RIVER will ultimately look at what the rivers transformation means for us today, as we follow a community seeking to answer the question “what kind of river do want”, in order to survive?
No release date has been set yet. You can already visit and ‘Like’ the official facebook account of the documentary. You can watch the first trailer for the movie over here. It’s not yet narrated by Rachel but she does appear in the end credits.