Rosebud Film and Video Festival
Rosebud is an annual competition open exclusively to DC, Maryland, and Virginia film and video producers. The Rosebud Festival seeks to honor the innovative, experimental, unusual, and deeply personal in creative film and video making.
The twenty works in this year's showcase reflect the talent and diversity in our region. The line-up includes moving documentaries such as, Close Ties: Tying on a New Tradition, by Gemal Woods, which provides an intimate look at a rites of passage ceremony that connects teenage boys with male role models; gripping dramas such as, The Lake, by Tara Garwood, which tells the story of two sisters each dealing in her own way with the childhood loss of their father; and challenging experimental works like, El Matiz de Bellorin, by Blanca Gruber, in which a night of passion becomes a meeting of souls.
A panel of judges drawn from our area's rich media arts community selected the 20 nominees from which five winners including one Best of Show will be chosen.
The Rosebud Film & Video Festival was founded in 1990 to promote the independent film and video community in Washington, Maryland and Virginia. The Festival is a project of Arlington Independent Media (AIM). AIM is a non-profit, membership organization providing the community with a wide array of media production training workshops, professional production facilities, and a cable channel in Arlington County Virginia.
The Dome Theatre at Artisphere (View)
1101 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22209
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