Drama, Musical Yellow Rose
Yellow Rose is a drama/musical film. The director of the film is Diane Paragas. This is Paragas’s debut narrative feature film.
The movie is based on a story by Paragas and Andy Bienen.
The story is written by Diane Paragas, Annie Howell and Celena Cipriaso.
The producers include Diane Paragas, Cecilia R. Mejia, Jeremiah Abraham, Rey Cuerdo and Orian Williams
Eva Noblezada (Broadway’s Hadestown and Miss Saigon) as Rose Garcia
Lea Salonga (Mulan, Aladdin) as Gail Garcia
Dale Watson as himself
Princess Punzalan (Mula sa puso) as Priscilla Garcia
Gustavo Gomez as Jose
Libby Villari as Jolene
Liam Booth as Elliot Blatnik
Yellow Rose follows Filipina teen Rose Garcia. She is from a small town in Texas. Her goal is to become a country music performer. Garcia has to decide between staying with her family or leaving the only home she has known.
Director Diane Paragas discusses “Yellow Rose”
I am so excited to partner with Stage 6 Films in presenting YELLOW ROSE, a deeply personal story that is filled with heart, acceptance and hope set to an unforgettable original soundtrack. This release has given us a unique opportunity to present the Filipino-American experience and the struggles of undocumented families to a wide spectrum of audiences, who we hope will embrace Rose’s story and leave the theater singing her songs.
The movie will be available on October 9 in theatres in the United States and Canada.
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