Writer/Director Jason Rosette works in a wide range of genres and media, alternating between features, documentaries, and commissioned entertainment and edutainment ::::: His first feature, 'BookWars' ("Terrific" - LA Times), was released in the year 2000 to wide critical acclaim, despite its guerilla-filmmaking origins ::::: His debut dramatic feature as writer/director, the road movie 'Lost in New Mexico', was heralded by the Moving Arts Journal as "a unique and interesting take on the fluidity of technology versus the recurring commonality of the human condition" ::::: Mr. Rosette has lived and worked in Asia since 2004, and has produced a number of original and commissioned films and media in the region. He is the founder of two regional film festivals there: CamboFest, Film and Video Festival of Cambodia, and the Bangkok IndieFest in Thailand ::::: While in SE Asia, Mr. Rosette, known also by his Asian aka 'Jack RO', has directed numerous shorts and documentaries while developing several long form projects. He also works as a cinematographer, editor, script doctor, location manager, and coordinator for international productions visiting the region. ::::: Future projects include the Vietnam-War era feature drama, 'Freedom Deal' (in active development to shoot in Cambodia and Thailand), and the feature length US comedy, 'Final Countdown'. ::::: He continues to live and work primarily in Asia as of this writing, with working visits to the US.