In addition to the videos produced for Rosanne's singles and album tracks, Rosanne has also filmed and taped longer and varied video programs and films. Some of her most memorable productions are available for viewing here.
Rosanne discusses several tracks from The List.
"Sea of Heartbreak" (feat. Bruce Springsteen)
"Silver Wings" (feat. Rufus Wainwright)
"She's Got You" and "Girl from the North Country"
Includes footage from the Johnny Cash Memorial Tribute, Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN on November 10, 2003
One of the most moving moments at the Johnny Cash Memorial Tribute concert held in November at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium was a quiet one. In a stunning montage set to a song sung by Cash and his eldest daughter Rosanne, the crowd was given a glimpse of the Cash family's private photo collection, unforgettable images spanning the legendary musician's career and life as a husband, father and grandfather. (Cash passed away on September 12, 2003.) Most of the photos had never been seen by the public before.
The song providing the backdrop was"September When It Comes," from Rosanne's Rules Of Travel album.The duet is a sparse, stunning and beautiful reflection on mortality that Rosanne penned with her husband and producer John Leventhal. It was a moment that resonated with fans and family alike—so much so, that afterwards Rosanne's siblings suggested the homage be released as a video. EMI Records then added some performance footage for the official release, and CMT, which also aired the memorial service, began showing the video in late 2003.
A short film directed by Steven Lippman, based on conversations with and music by Rosanne Cash. Premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April, 2006.
"Mariners and Musicians" is an experimental non-linear cinematic tone poem based on conversation, writings, and music by acclaimed singer/songwriter/author Rosanne Cash. This dreamlike mosaic portrait, with stunning Super 8mm and 16mm visuals and Holga animation, features songs from Cash's celebrated album "Black Cadillac." Shot on location in New York City, Hendersonville, Tenn., and Ventura, Calif. More Information on Stevelippman.com.
This film screened at the Tribeca, Martha's Vineyard, Denver, Sydney and Nashville Film Festivals, and text and imagery from the film were incorporated in Rosanne,s 2006 live/multimedia performance tour, "Black Cadillac In Concert."