Patricia Rozema

Patricia Rozema was born in 1958 in Canada into an austere Dutch Calvinist community where cinema and TV were banned. She first tried journalism, which she soon abandoned. Her first short as a director was Passion: A Letter in 16mm (1985). Among her most acclaimed works is I've Heard the Mermaids Singing (1987), a bittersweet comedy that won the Caméra d'Or in Cannes. The movie is still today among the most memorable ones in the history of Canadian filmaking. When Night is Falling (1995) was presented at the Berlin Film Festival, confirming her ability as a director. She also directed Mansfield Park (1999), an adaptation of Jane Austen's novel, and Happy Days (2000), an adaptation of the play by Samuel Beckett.

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