Rosie

Patrice Toye
Story: 

The poignant story of a young teenager's power of love for her mother, and the unbreakable bond that links them together.

Rosie is a sensitive and bright 13-year-old, whose longing for her mother's love mirrors the latter's struggle to reconcile the events of her past to the consequences of the present. In an attempt to make sense of the complexity around her, Rosie creates a bright and imaginative world with her one and only friend Jimi. The two worlds mingle, until Rosie's drive to help her mother achieve her happiness leads to a tragic turn of events.

Awards: 

World Premiere Toronto Filmfestival (1998)

Silver Spur Prize - Best Director' International Filmfestival Ghent (99)

Best Actress' (Aranka Coppens), Filmestival d’Angers (99)

Best Film - L'espoir en 35mm Filmfestival Mulhouse (99)

Bronze Rosa Camuna'- Public Award, Bergamo Film Meeting  (99)

Best Film' Festival Strassbourg - Jury Prize (98)

New Directors Showcase Award', Seattle (99)

Music' John Parish, Kunst-und Ausstellungshalle Bonn (99)

1st Prize' Patrice Toye, Festival Stuttgart (99)

Golden Rose' Festival Soschi (99)

Joseph Plateau - Belgian Film' - Best Actress - Aranka Coppens - Ghent (99)

Joseph Plateau - Belgian Film' - Best Director - Patrice Toye -Ghent (99)

Joseph Plateau - Belgian Film' - Best Film - Ghent (99)

Info: 

Director:Patrice Toye

Screenplay: Patrice Toye

D.O.P.: Richard Van Oosterhout
Cast: Aranka Coppens, Sara De Roo, Dirk Roofthooft, Frank Vercruysse, Joost Wijnant


Produced by:

Prime Time (BE)

Antonino Lombardo

Release year: 
1998