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Angiglio Productions

Multi-media art and filmmaking

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Emma Rose (1994) is a Boston-based film director and multi-media artist. In 2011, Rose dove into experimental and documentary filmmaking to capture her personal and political viewpoint. Since 2017, she has begun creating fictional films that hold onto the gritty visual language of documentaries and the surrealist style of her experimental work.   Her fictional work often centers on children and elders and is set in worlds with dysfunctional and unusual rules. Her non-fiction work depicts growth in response to grief and stories of shifting power dynamics.  

 

Rose studied film at Vassar College (2017) and was granted the David C. Magid Memorial Prize. Her thesis documentary, Dear Goddess, was nominated at multiple film festivals and received Best Experimental Film at the Southern Sunset Film Festival. After graduation, Rose directed a documentary, Massachusetts Dissent (2019), on the National Lawyers Guild in the post-McCarthy era. Later, Rose worked as a director and lead editor at Columbia University's Picker Center on multiple projects addressing climate destruction and nature-based solutions to the climate catastrophe. Rose is currently completing her MFA in Film and Media Art at Emerson College. 

 

Rose has also trained as a special education teacher. Having been diagnosed with dyslexia at a young age, Rose closely links her passion for film with a curiosity quenched through visual storytelling and a love of alternative learning. She has taught at Swiss Institute/GO PROJECT, Eye-to-Eye Project, and Summer Arts at CSW. In 2017, she worked as an editor of accessible continuing educational videos for EDx programs at Columbia University and MIT. 

Angiglio Productions

Multi-media art and filmmaking

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