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WEB-genies-rozema08rv1Patricia Rozema was born in Kingston, Ontario. Following her feature-film debut I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing (87), which won the Prix de la Jeunesse at Cannes, she has distinguished herself as a writer and director for both film and television. Her other theatrical features as director include When Night is Falling (95), Mansfield Park (99), which appeared at the Toronto International Film Festival, and Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (08). Her screenplay for the HBO film Grey Gardens (09) was nominated for an Emmy Award. Into the Forest (2015) is her latest feature.” via TIFF, Canada’s Top Ten More »

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Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema (Mansfield Park) sits down for intimate interviews with iconic Canadian actors Andrea Martin, Tatiana Maslany, Sandra Oh, and Ellen Page in HBO Canada’s 67-minute special Women Who Act.

Women Who Act with Patricia Rozema is an exclusive look at the fierce, tender, funny, and powerful careers of four of our most outstanding actresses. An award-winning director herself, Patricia takes us truly behind-the-camera.” — Helga Stephenson, CEO, Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.

Patricia was recently interviewed about the project by guest host Rachel Giese for q on CBC.  Catch Women Who Act on HBO Canada on Sunday July 26, 2015.