Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Rosie's Miracle

The Winchester Star has a short article on a short film, Rosie's Miracle.  The film, directed and financed by Connie Lamothe, is about a 7-year-old's quest to cure her dying brother.  Lamothe describes the film as being about a typical blue-collar family, but with a Christian message.  No idea if we'll ever hear more about this, but I'm always a fan of short films, even though they are nearly impossible to see outside festivals.  Good luck to the producers and cast! (The Winchester Star) Subscribe to the SuperCandid Podcast, the number 1 podcast for Christian movies SuperCandid - The SuperCandid Podcast - The SuperCandid Podcast Subscribe to the SuperCandid Blog SuperCandid Mux-Tape, with music featured on the podcast Save This Page Add to Technorati Favorites


Anonymous said...

As the Producer of Rosie's Miracle, I just wanted to write and let you know that the short film is in the final stages of editing and will be premiering in early December. This film is inspirational with a Christian message! Thank you for your interest!

Connie said...

Just following up with my earlier post, Rosie's Miracle will be playing at the Frederick Film Festival, Frederick, MD at the Weinberg Center for the Arts on March 28, Saturday morning in the Family and Children's Films. For more information see the festivals website, www.FrederickFilmFest.com. Also the film will be showing at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival in New York on March 21, Saturday evening at 8 PM. For more information see that festivals website at: www.nyfilmvideo.com

Anonymous said...

Rosie's Miracle plays at the World Music and Independent Film Festival in Washington, DC on August 17, 2010. The film is up for the following awards, Best Director - Connie Lamothe, Best Actor - Christopher Cox and Seth Kozak, Best Actress - Kendra North and Best Supporting Actor - Jonothon Ruckman. For more information, see www.wmiff.com