Los Angeles Festival Premiere

DOCUMENTARY SHORT | United States | 10 MINUTES | English

Rosalie Fish

For Rosalie Fish, Indigenous student-athlete and activist, running isn’t just a sport — it’s how she represents the strength and resilience of indigenous women within her tribe and beyond. As we look forward to #IndigenousPeoplesDay, we are honored to share Rosalie’s story in our second episode of “Who is a Runner” – a docu-series collaboration with Brooks Running.

CAST & CREDITS

Directed by Faith E. Briggs, Tim Kemple

Max Walker-Silverman is a writer and director who lives and works where he grew up in rural Colorado. A Love Song, which premiered at Sundance, is his first feature.

Director

Faith E. Briggs, Tim Kemple

Producer

Faith E. Briggs, Aimee Tetreault

Editor

Nico Bovat

Cinematographer

Tim Kemple, Blake Hendrix

Cast

Rosalie Fish

Composer

Ridgeline Sound

Program Two

Showtimes

Thursday, November 10
IN-PERSON

Screening: 9:00 to 10:30pm

Lumiere Music Hall

9036 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

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