directing

Barren, Short Film, 2019. Middle-aged and unable to conceive, a long term caregiver seeks out a witch whose powerful potion changes her life--and that of her disabled sister. [also co-writer]

Maturity, TV Pilot, 2018. A half-hour comedy about a small town nurse who takes a job at a lively retirement home in the Bronx. Funded by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment; aired Jan 2018. (Clip above is from middle of episode.)

Richard Nocera, Docu Profile, 2016. A 3-min introduction to the work of fine artist Richard Nocera. [also editor]

Ego, Short Film, 2019. When a young teen discovers the extent of her best friend’s darkness, her quest to save him leads her someplace unexpected. [also writer]


producing

Bob & Dale, Short Film, 2019. An elderly gay couple living off the grid find a deeper love when dementia threatens their independence. Written/Directed by David Rosfeld.

Geographies of Kinship, Feature Documentary, 2019. (Associate Producer) In this powerful tale about the rise of Korea’s global adoption program, four adult adoptees return to their country of birth and recover the personal histories that were lost when they were adopted. www.mufilms.org

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Rose Haag is a Brooklyn- and Bay Area-based filmmaker whose work focuses on characters from the “fringe.” She is a founding partner of White Rose Productions, where she is developing several screenplays, including Manitou Springs and Tampa, by David Rosfeld, New World, by Jesse White, and her own feature film, Ladyblood.

Film and television credits include directing the pilot episode of Maturity, a television comedy pilot supported by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment, and Barren, a short film supported by a grant from the Loreen Arbus Focus on Disability Creative Fund. In addition to narrative work, she has directed for the stage and created nonfiction films. Rose was Managing Director of Waterfront Playhouse & Conservatory, a Berkeley-based acting school, and Associate Producer at Mu Films, where she focused on community engagement strategy for the documentary feature film Geographies of Kinship. Rose holds an MFA from Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema and a BA in Media Studies from Pomona College.