The Canadian Cultural Centre invites you on Wednesday, March 29 at 8pm to discover the film Rosie, presented in competition at the 10th edition of the Festival du film canadien de Dieppe. Métis-Cree filmmaker Gail Maurice‘s first feature film shows an atypical family that does not compromise on its vision of life.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director and screenwriter Gail Maurice, actress and co-producer Mélanie Bray and the Festival du film canadien de Dieppe programming team.
Rosie by Gail Maurice
Canada (Ontario, Quebec) / 93 min / English, French, Cree / Comedy drama
With Mélanie Bray, Keris Hope Hill, Constant Bernard, Alex Trahan, Josee Young
Rosie is a young English-speaking Indigenous orphan who is suddenly forced to live with her French-speaking aunt Fred. Rosie finds herself on the fringes of 1980s Montreal under the care of her aunt, who has just lost her job at a sex shop. On the verge of being evicted, she is not exactly thrilled at the idea of having to look after a child…
Gail Maurice grew up in a Métis village in Saskatchewan, Canada. A filmmaker and actress, she directed the short films Smudge, Kihtwam misawac na-wapamitin, Assini and Rosie, which she adapted into a feature film.
In partnership with the Festival du film canadien de Dieppe