QUEEN OF THE DESERT Director Mary Ann Rotondi “Everyone really Showed up for me and this story. I believe the story itself – finding a way to talk to one another; make room for one another’s humanity; heal some of the angry divisions around us right now – touched a lot of people and made directing easier”

This evocative short film was inspired by the director Mary Ann Rotondi‘s visit to her home state of Montana, where she frequently encountered the Confederate flag, despite the state not having a large black population or any meaningful connection to the Civil War. What is it about this symbol that is so powerful, and what does it say about the loneliness and isolation so many people … Continue reading QUEEN OF THE DESERT Director Mary Ann Rotondi “Everyone really Showed up for me and this story. I believe the story itself – finding a way to talk to one another; make room for one another’s humanity; heal some of the angry divisions around us right now – touched a lot of people and made directing easier”

Dale Resteghini’s Live-Action Short Film CRACKA – Review

Dale Resteghini, better known as Rage, is a music video director, film director and record producer. With his latest film Cracka, a present-day white supremacist is mysteriously transported back into an alternate past where African Americans rule the land and whites are enslaved. Sometimes people cannot understand or relate to a struggle or an injustice unless they’ve experienced it. This is whereCracka comes in. Dale Resteghini … Continue reading Dale Resteghini’s Live-Action Short Film CRACKA – Review