A former museum curator, Susan Rodgers’ film career started with a wardrobe continuity gig on the television show Emily of New Moon. Soon a box of wartime letters discovered in an attic launched her first film, the half-hour period drama Bobby’s Peace. Rodgers’ inaugural feature film, Still The Water, was completed in the spring of 2020. Still the Water is nominated for an AWFJ EDA Award at Whistler Film Festival 2020. Continue reading on THE FEMALE GAZE.
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