THE ROAD DANCE (FILM) WITH FILMMAKER Q&A
A young girl lives in the Outer Hebrides in a small village in the years just before WWI. Isolated and hard by the shore, her life takes a dramatic change when a terrible tragedy befalls her.
Richie Adams is an award-winning filmmaker/title designer (’Babel,’ ‘CREED,’ ‘Ad Astra’) who cut his teeth under the mentorship of iconic title designer, Richard Greenberg (’Alien,’ ‘Superman,’ ‘The Matrix’), and has since worked with many of the giants in the motion picture industry under his Baton Rouge-based company RRC (www.rrc.la) including Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu, James Gray, Doug Liman, David Frankel and newcomer Ryan Coogler.
The Road Dance, had its world premiere at the 2021 Edinburgh Film Festival where the film took home the Audience Award for Best Feature, then went on to win several other awards including the Jury Prize for Best Feature at 2022 Manchester Film Festival, preceding a theatrical run as a “Top 20 Arthouse Film” in UK theaters, and most recently the Audience Award for Best Feature Drama at the 2023 Sedona International Film Festival.
Adams, an alumni of Catholic High school, resides in Baton Rouge and is currently involved in the development of several feature film projects