ROSIE & MOUSSA
Filmfest 2018

German Age Rating

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The new high-rise apartment is not exactly what Rosie had hoped for. But the neighborhood does turn out to be interesting, mainly because her new friend Moussa lives there. He promises to help her search for her father. Together, on a forbidden rooftop with a grand view of the city, they are able express their dreams.

Age rating 0, recommended for ages 8 and up

tags: Friendship, Society, Youth/Coming of Age, Feature film, Urban

Cast: Savannah Vandendriessche, Imad Borji, Ruth Beeckmans, Titus De Voogdt, Mourade Zeguendi

Credits

Screenplay: Michael De Cock

Original Material: Michael De Cock, Judith Vanistendael

Director of Photography: Jan Vancaillie

Film Editor: Marie-Hélène Dozo

Composer: Le Motel

Production Designer: Gert Stas

Costume Design: Joëlle Meerbergen

Sound: Christian Monheim

Producer: Bo De Group, Helena Vlogaert

Production Company: Caviar

Co-Producer: Olivier Rausin

Co-Production Company: Climax Films, Ketnet

World Sales: Attraction Distribution

Director: Dorothée van den Berghe

biography

Dorothée van den Berghe was born in Ghent, Belgium, in 1968, but grew up mostly in Amsterdam. She studied sculpture and film at the Sint-Lucas Academy in Brussels. After making several successful short films, she directed her first feature-length film, MEISJE, in 2002. The film was awarded the Prix de la Jeunesse and the Prix de CICAE/ARTE at the international film festival in Locarno. Her second feature-length film, MY QUEEN KARO (2009), was followed by documentaries such as 31 STOPS (2014). ROSIE & MOUSSA is her third feature film.