ODE TO ROSA \ 10:92 min \ USA

Chuck Houston, a usually friendly bus driver, agrees to help out his stressed out boss and work the worst bus route in the city, the X666. As the bus fills with its usual suspects, Chuck’s patience wanes, tensions flare, and he shows us what happens when unruly passengers fail to honor Rosa Parks or respect the ride. If busses are truly a gauge of society then the world may be in trouble.


Urban Mediamakers Film Festival, Best Comedy Short Award  Northern Virginia International Film Festival, NOVA Award (Nominated) IndieCapitol Awards - Best Special Effects (Nominated) and Best Costume Design (Nominated) Athens International Film+Video Festival, Joshua Tree International Film Festival, Reel Independent Film Extravaganza Film Festival 

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Eulonda Kay Lea

Eulonda Kay Lea is an award-winning filmmaker, screenwriter, and novelist. Her passion for diverse characters and complex themes are at the heart of her storytelling. In addition to Ode to Rosa, she wrote and produced short films, Solomon Dasko and #SeeTheBoy. She has written numerous feature screenplays, two of which are in development, and the novel, Life Misspelled. She is active in and serves on the Board of Directors for Women in Film & Video, Washington, DC.

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