Poster for Red Rose Film Festival: The 2020 Collection

Red Rose Film Festival: The 2020 Collection

Thu, Jun 24
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Run Time: 180 min.

The 2020 Collection:

Beginning June 3rd, 2021, RR|FF will be showcasing the 2020 selections each Thursday from June 3rd – October 28th at Zoetropolis Cinema Still House 7-10pm with filmmaker Q&A’s.  Screenings will be around 1.5 hrs with time for ordering cocktails, mingling and featured filmmaker discussions after the show. Tickets are complimentary but donations to the festival are greatly appreciated.

Week 3: The Unforgettable Series of The Red Rose Film Festival June 17th

 
  • The Current Narrative – (4:17) Best Student Film

    When the younger sister outstands but couldn’t get parents’ attention, she started to envy the clumsy brother often scolded by them. Thus, she tries to get attention from her parents and caught in a vortex of negating herself. Director – Jia-Yun Li – Country: Taiwan

    Piece of Mind – (7:15) Best Short Film

    John Rogers comes home after his 3rd tour; he finds that his girlfriend is having an affair and having lost her the demons in his mind become more powerful. Going out with friends becomes an ordeal and he is struggling to fit back into his life. As John tries to get to the other side, he is forced to take a look at himself in the mirror. Director -Oliver Lavery-Farag – Country: UK

    The Donut Dollies – (1:27:00) Best Documentary

    In 1968, two best friends joined an elite team and flew into a war zone wearing powder blue dresses. They were Red Cross Donut Dollies. These idealistic young women embraced their mission – to cheer up the GIs in Vietnam – with energy, creativity, compassion and resolve but had no idea what they were getting into. 47 years later, they reunite in Vietnam to retrace their steps; ask why they went; ask whether they made a difference; unlock buried memories and share their stories for the first time. Director – Norm Anderson – Country: United States

    *Tickets to the Unforgettable Series are COMPLIMENTARY but reservations requested. Concessions available for purchase as well as Filmmaker Q&A’s