Director: Kimi Takesue
United States, 2000, 13 min
WINNER: Audience Award
Crew:original score: Michael O'Reilly - Sound Design: Crosby L'Kwaze Hill
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A solitary man struggles to grow a rose in a surreal urban world. Lonely and dislocated, he drifts in and out of a dream state envisioning the promise of regeneration. ROSEWATER tells a story of hope sustained through obsession, ritual and, ultimately, sensuality.
About the director
Kimi Takesue is an award-winning filmmaker and the recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship in Filmmaking. Her films have screened at more than 200 film festivals and museums internationally including Sundance, the Locarno International Film Festival, Rotterdam International, Vancouver International, and the Walker Art Center. Takesue's films have aired on PBS, IFC, and the Sundance Channel. SUMMER OF THE SERPENT won the Grand Chameleon at the 2004 BIFF. She is currently developing a narrative feature film project.