Rosylyn Rhee, Documentary Filmmaker
Japanese gospel choir meets African American megachurches:
News & Press
L.A. Biz's Women of Influence Awards, Honoree, 2015. This humbling group of Amazons includes doctors, lead counsel for Port of LA, VPs of Disney and ESPN, and the "Martha Stewart of Marijuana."
Interview on Take Two, NPR member station KPCC, 2014.
I had the pleasure of producing videos for The Blue Ribbon–a group of women who give to The Music Center at a high level–about their signature event, the Children’s Festival.
Summer 2012, culmination of partnership with Center Theatre Group to document their three-year pilot playwriting program for middle school students in five diverse LA County schools.
Featured filmmaker on agnesfilms.com, a resource website for female filmmakers.
Review, Spring 2010, Films for the Feminist Classroom.
Transformers vs Rosy Rhee
Ransom Riggs wrote a lovely piece about my Wifebeater project in Mental Floss.
Invited by California Arts Council to teach workshops on best practices for video documentation in LA, San Diego, and the Bay Area.
1st place & $1000, Project Sunlight, 2008 for Same Same, but Different.
SF Weekly, Frako Loden, 2001 review of my documentary: “My personal favorite, Oma Rhee, is a devastating portrait…”