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    Roque’s Friday Film (10/30): Colors Falling at the Stone Door

    It’s here! This week’s new film is designed to be experimental and evocative. Filmed during a recent trip to the Stone Door trail at South Cumberland State Park in Tennessee, I was able to capture lush forest imagery and panoramic vistas overlooking the gorgeous Savage Gulf area.

    I have always wanted to play around with color in my films and the backdrop of fall foliage colors seemed to be a wonderful opportunity to try it out. I also recorded a chant that I wrote. I sang it in three part harmonies, and the result is a plaintive and haunting piece of music.

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    Thank you all so much for watching!! There’s more to come soon!!

    —Roqué

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    Roque’s Friday Films (10/26): Watch “My Life as a Pianist”

    It is time for a new Friday film release! This week’s film is autobiographical and explains the awakening I experienced when I finally made a deeper connection to playing the piano. This was the beginning of my own personal healing and creative journey.

    There are two of my original piano compositions featured in this film as well as lots of scenic cinematography. I filmed my piano where I play all the time. This is a special place where I am often alone with my thoughts. In this film, I open a window into my interior life.

    I hope you enjoy getting a look into who I am as an artist.

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    Thank you for watching! There is more to come!

    —Roqué

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    Roque’s Friday Films: MaxZine’s Garden

    Roque’s Friday Films now starts its fall season after a much needed break in September. Today is the World Premiere of a film I have been working on since last Spring. It’s called MaxZine’s Garden and features the vibrant and joyful space where gardener MaxZine Weinstein diligently grows several flowering and edible plants.

    Filming for this project began in April earlier this year in order to capture as many spring, summer, and fall plants as possible on camera. The music heard throughout the film was performed and recorded on my piano at home.

    MaxZine’s garden thrives deep in the hills of middle Tennessee in a town called Liberty.

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    Thank you for watching this week’s film. It’s been a labor of love in the making. There will be more to come every Friday this fall!

    -Roqué