Why Haroula Rose left “Once Upon a River” in the 1970s (and Other Stories)

Writer-director Haroula Rose is here today to tell us all about her work adapting the novel “Once Upon a River,” and then filming that adaptation.  Why did she leave it in the 1970s?  How does she infuse her movie with lyricism?  What did she learn screening the movie at film festivals here and abroad?

She doesn’t only answer those questions, she answers a whole lot more as well.  Take a listen below to hear what she had to say.

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photo credit:  Film Movement



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