For Immediate Release:
Richmond, VA: New York, NY. 2/16/16 — Subterracon Films releases its new short documentary, Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory.
It is with great pleasure that Subterracon officially announces the release of its film, Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory, available for digital purchase or rent, through Reelhouse.
Directed by Paul Lewis, and filmed by Robert Gregson (pictured above), Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory, is a conversation and studio "walkabout" with this remarkable artist. Filmed on location in the artist's Manhattan studio, Rosalyn, who overcame paralysis and blindness from Guillain-Barre Syndrome, delivers a memorable and uplifting portrait of a life lived for art and love.
This 20 minute film also features scenes from the unveiling of a special commission for Frank Lloyd Wright’s, Brandes House, owned by patrons, John and Marsha Shyer, which took place a year after the initial interviews and which offer us a unique look into where the quiet processes of creating art ultimately and hopefully arrive in public celebration.
To watch the trailer, or to purchase or rent this film, please visit our Reelhouse page here. Or visit us at: www.subterracon.com for more information.