Writer/director Rosalyn Rosen's 2016 narrative feature film The Other Kind has been in 22 film festivals, including screenings in New York, LA, Austin, London and Berlin, and has won 15 awards for Best Feature, Best of Show, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor. The Other Kind has distribution with Indican Pictures.
For Epic Records, Rosalyn directed the award winning music videos for Los Lonely Boys including Heaven, More Than Love and Diamonds and Matisyahu's King Without a Crown: Live at Stubbs. For Epic, she also directed the concert film, Los Lonely Boys Live at the Fillmore, that aired nationally on PBS.
Rosalyn's short film, Why Is The Dog Howlin', Momma?, starring Todd Lowe (True Blood) received festival screenings and awards and a 4 Star Review from FilmThreat.com.
Rosalyn is also a screenwriter and nationally produced playwright, winning the Grand Prize at the 2016 American Movie Awards for her play, Supremacy, in their Stage Play Competition. Her screenplay adaptation of the play won Best Screenplay at the 2017 The Poe Contest and Best Unproduced Script at the 2016 International Filmmakers Festival of World Cinema Berlin. Supremacy was also an Official Finalist in the 2018 Hollywood Hills Screenplay Competition, the 2017 New York Screenplay Contest, the 2016 Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest and the 2016 Hollywood Screenplay Contest.
Rosalyn's screenplay adaptation of her play, The Apeman of Manhattan, won Best Screenplay 1st Place at the 2016 New York International Screenplay Awards. Her play, Red Sea, won the Bronze Award in the 2016 Hollywood Screenplay Contest in their stage play competition.
Rosalyn's original screenplay, My Sex Life, won Best Screenplay in the 2018 Hollywood Hills Screenplay Competition, the 2018 Southern California Screenplay Competition and the 2015 Laugh or Die Comedy Festival. It was also an Official Finalist in the 2016 Hollywood Screenplay Contest and the 2016 World Series of Screenwriting Competition.
Rosalyn's original screenplay, JAKE: The Power of the Ruby, won the Bronze Award in the 2016 Hollywood Screenplay Contest and was an Official Finalist at the 2018 West Field Screenwriting Awards and the 2015 New York Screenplay Contest.