Rosetta (2) ‎– Rosetta: Audio​/​Visual

Fly Jar Films ‎– none
2 × DVDr, DVD-Video, Limited Edition, Special Edition

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Rosetta: Audio/Visual (1:05:00)
DVD1-1 Formation
DVD1-2 Translation Loss
DVD1-3 Early Struggles
DVD1-5 Project Mercury
DVD1-6 Dave
DVD1-7 On Tour
DVD1-8 Self-Release
DVD1-9 Studio Reprise
DVD1-10 The Anaesthete
DVD1-11 Epilogue
Disc 2: Bonus Features
DVD2-1 Public Assembly: April 19, 2013 36:26
DVD2-2 Saint Vitus: August 9, 2013 29:41
DVD2-3 The Sound Design Of Rosetta: Audio/Visual
Featuring – J.M. Davey
DVD2-4 The Artwork Of Rosetta: Audio/Visual
Featuring – Mike Wohlberg
Deleted Scenes
DVD2-5 Armine Discusses Rose 2:01
DVD2-6 Matt Tracking Guitars For "Dualities Of The Way" 1:35
DVD2-7 Dave Jiu-Jitsu 0:49
DVD2-8 Alternate Cut: BJ Goofball 2:18
DVD2-9 Traveler 426 1:49

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©℗ 2014 Fly Jar Films
DVD-Video 16:9
Runtime: approx. 65 min.

Special Edition limited to 85 copies; comes in a 4-panel DVD-Digipak without a booklet - the two DVDr are professionally printed.

Only the approx. time of 65 min. of the documentary film (DVD1) is printed on that release. All other timings and (esp. for the bonus disc) are taken by a computer and the track names, headings and chapter names are taken from the video itself.

A documentary film that follows the trajectory of the band Rosetta and their relationship with their (now former) label Translation Loss Records.

The Digipak comes with a new layout by Michael Wohlberg and contains:
• Rosetta: Live in New York, August 10, 2013 (live concert performance filmed with multiple cameras)
• Rosetta: Live in New York, April 19th, 2013 (live concert performance filmed with multiple cameras)
• "Sound Design" - Exclusive 5 minute bonus video featuring sound designer J.M. Davey. Covers the cinematic treatment of Rosetta's music in the film and how J.M. created sounds from scratch.
• "The Art of Michael Wohlberg" - Exclusive 5 minute bonus video featuring illustrator Michael Wohlberg. This video examines the inspiration behind the artwork for the film and an intimate look at Michael Wohlberg's creative process.
•Filmmaker commentary
•Rosetta commentary