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KINOSCOPE At Anthology Film Archives, NYC

March 17th, 2PM – 4PM

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue (at 2nd St.) New York, NY 10003 USA


KINOSCOPE is delighted to present its first screening this season of Brigitta Wagner’s feature ROSEHILL at Maya Deren theater at Anthology film Archives. The presentation will be introduced by Kinoscope founder/director Pawel Wieszczecinski and followed by discussion with filmmaker.

A reception with food and beverages will follow the screening.

The admission fee of $8 will be collected at the door.

Rosehill (2015)

Rosehill (2015)

79 min., USA – Germany Brigitta Wagner

Synopsis: After receiving some disturbing news, a New York actress visits her old friend, a frustrated sex researcher in rural Indiana. The women embark on a local road trip through a place that has seen better days and, in the process, rekindle their shaky bond.




Brigitta Wagner is a German-American filmmaker and film historian who lives in Berlin. She is the editor of DEFA after East Germany and the author of Berlin Replayed: Cinema and Urban Nostalgia in the Postwall Era. Her first feature-length film, Rosehill, premiered at the Atlanta Film Festival in 2015. Wagner’s writing and films explore the relationship between people, places, and time.

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