Rosemary House

Rosemary House has made over twenty dramatic and documentary films as writer, director and/or producer. Her feature film script, An Audience of Chairs, was adapted from Joan Clark’s novel and produced in the summer of 2017 by Wreckhouse Productions.  Rosemary produced her critically acclaimed adaptation of Kevin Major’s Hold Fast in 2013. National Film Board writing credits include Rain, Drizzle and Fog (1998) and Salvation (2002), nominated for the Donald Brittain Award.  Other notable film scripts include her first feature Violet, and the documentaries Bloomsday Cabaret (2005) about music and James Joyce, Ron Hynes, The Irish Tour (2002) and Christopher House Ahead of the Curve (2007) about the process of dance (and her brother).  In 2015 she wrote and produced Puffin Patrol for The Nature of Things.  She wrote, directed  and produced The Hungry Month of March with the NFB.  The project was launched on NFB Digital in 2017.  Rosemary is currently writing two original features, the comedy Auntie Vigilantes, the drama The Portuguese Boy and a TV series, Cougar Annie.