[Read] Racer Trash | The Verge
“For D’arby Rose, the essence of Racer Trash is being an “unfiltered artist and weirdo,” and she sees it as a healing outlet during the pandemic.”
[See] Color Film Past Events
In 2018 I co-founded Color Film and until 2020 I co-hosted and facilitated workshops focused on topics like boundary-setting, self-defense, protection as a freelancer and more for film professionals, and more for marginalized film professionals.
[Read] My White Closet
“Deep in my closet is a secret closet full of white employers, bosses, ex-coworkers and ex-friends who have wronged me and others through discriminating, micro-aggressive, ignorant and disrespectful acts, and in there I keep them comfortable.”
[Audio] The Bechedel Cast Podcast – Guest Feature
“Jamie and Caitlin and special guest D’arby Rose descend into an uncharted cave to examine The Descent. (This episode contains spoilers.) The Bechdel Cast is a podcast about the portrayal of women in movies hosted by Caitlin Durante and Jamie Loftus.”
“…an accompanying visual directed by D’arby Rose and edited by Alex T. Jacobs. The lush visual features Olivia with an alluring group of friends on a girl’s night out, that turns a bit more sinister towards the video’s mid-point.”
[Audio] The Femails Podcast – Guest Feature
“We’re discussing toxic workplaces – the signs to watch out for, when you know your workplace is indeed toxic, and how to get out. We are joined by D’arby Rose, a filmmaker, artist, consultant and co-founder of Color Film, who will share her best advice on navigating toxicity in the workplace + the questions you need to ask yourself before you accept a new role.”
[Read] VoyageLA: Color Film
Today we’d like to introduce you to the co-founders of LA-based feminist film collective, Color Film, D’arby Rose and Lindsey Esplin.
[Audio] Vibrant Visionaries: Episode 19
Oakland raised multi-creative D’arby Rose shares her experience learning to play music from riot grrrl icons at Rock Camp for Girls as a young woman.