Rose Massett is the director, producer and director of photography of a new documentary, “Refugee Is Not My Name.” In her discussion with Scott, Massett explains the scope of the project, the goal of which was to put a face and a story to the millions of displaced people who have been singularly identified with the refugee crisis. Massett worked with a pair of teams who went to Greece to help NGOs and make “Refugee Is Not My Name” by telling the stories of refugees and volunteers. Massett then describes the challenges many refugees face after they receive asylum. For more, watch the trailer for “Refugee Is Not My Name” here and help support the project by donating to its GoFundMe page.
Rose Massett is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she earned a degree in Film and Television production.
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