Rosemary Rotondi Archival Film Research


Highlights of Credits

CitizenFour Poster

Inside Job

Risk

Before The Flood

national_lampoon

Iris

Teenage

Our Nixon

Band of Brothers

Still Dreaming poster

Great Invisible

Jobriath A.D.Bettie Page

Edie & Thea

Obscene

Regret To Inform

End of America

NY in the '50s

Picasso & Braque Go to the Movies

An Unlikely Weapon

Brandon Teena Story

 

  • AMERICA IS HARD TO FIND
    by Susan Muska and Greta Olafsdottir (“The Brandon Teena Story”).
  • A PERFECT MATCH by Betsy Blankenbaker.
  • SOMETHING TO CHEER ABOUT by Betsy Blankenbaker.
  • OF CIVIL RIGHTS AND WRONGS
    by Eric Fournier and Dorka Keehn
    Documentary mentioned in the review, “In the Trenches,” by The New Yorker Magazine, September 24th, 2007 issue:
    PBS has also presented good work [on World War II]: a documentary in its P.O.V. series, ‘Of Civil Wrongs and Rights,’ tells the story of Fred Korematsu, a Japanese-American who fought the internment order in 1942 and was arrested; his case went all the way to the Supreme Court and remained an open wound for decades, until his conviction was vacated in 1983.

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