The Pink Visitor
Logline: An unbelieving and unsuspecting new home owner is pulled into a perilous situation by the ghost of a young woman's deceased mother.
Genre: Feature – Supernatural
Setting: Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Pink Visitor is a female driven, two hander, ghost story.
Tone: What Lies Beneath, Ghost
Setting: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Sondra GlynnKey CastIMBD Credits: The Whitefish Yacht Club, The Body of Real Things
Valerie RoseKey CastIMDB Credits: In An Instant, The Quad, Star, Greenleaf, Chicago P.D.
Denise ButlerKey CastBest Actress, The 50Fifty Reel Challenge
Runtime:19 minutes 34 seconds
Completion Date:November 14, 2016
Production Budget:1,000 USD
Country of Origin:United States
Country of Filming:United States
The 50Fifty Reel ChallengeBloomington, Minnesota
October 29, 2015
The Twin Cities Black Film FestivalMinneapolis
October 10, 2018
Diversity Film & Script ShowcaseLos Angeles
August 31, 2017
Finalist Grand Indiewise Trailer FinalistMiami
Visual Radio Television NetworkSan Francisco
June 15, 2016
Valerie Rose is an author, producer,
screenwriter, model/ voice over talent and the
CEO of Roses Are READ Productions LLC.
She is a member of the National Association of
Black Journalists and the Twin Cities Black
Journalists. Rose served for seven years as
Editor-in-Chief for Inside Region 3, a U.S.
government publication. She has authored a
number of books including Cappuccino in the
Winter, The Family Reunion Is Not a Real
Vacation (featuring The Triangleheads),
Dream Your Dream: Getting Your Writing Out
There! and the Minnesota Book Award
nominee, You Better Recognize! A Spiritual
Guide Because Life’s a Trip!
Rose has appeared in a number of films
including, Dear White People, House of Tomorrow starring Nick Offerman and Ellen Burstyn, Run, Blue
Balloons, Torpedo the Damned and Wilson
starring Woody Harrelson and directed by
Craig Johnson of the Skeleton Twins. She has
also worked in television, appearing in ABC
TV’s In An Instant, The Learning Channel’s
Randy to the Rescue, and in the TV pilot, For
Art’s Sake, produced by Tim Gaetz.
Rose is also the creative concept developer and
producer for an animation project and two
films: The Triangleheads, Hope Sessions and
The Pink Visitor, respectively. The latter
premiered at the Theatres at the Mall of
America (MOA) as part of a film completion in
which it garnered the Best Actress Award. Her
first documentary, Hope Sessions, is also slated
to premiere at the MOA in February 2016. In
the development of these projects, Rose wore
many hats including executive producer,
producer, director, casting director, cast
member and screenwriter.
Rose graduated with a B.S. from the School of
Engineering and Applied Sciences at the
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where she
majored in Computer Science and minored in
Management Information Systems.
I am a content provider specializing in telling the stories of women, people of color but particularly, women of color with a common thread of spirituality. I have authored several books, scripts and produced several films. My films have appeared in several festivals, screened at the Mall of America and won several awards. In addition, I served as Editor-In-Chief for a U.S. Government magazine for seven years. I am a retired civil servant.