Newfoundland filmmaker Rosemary House has been writing, directing and producing dramatic and documentary films for Rock Island and other companies since 1990, when she produced "Rufus Guinchard" about the legendary Newfoundland fiddler, and directed the award winning short "When Women Are Crazy". Since then she has made 20 films, including dramatic shorts, documentaries and features.
Marie Stamp is a former Canadian diplomat who moved to Ireland in 2000 with a family and a career, but lost it all when her child fell terminally ill. Safe Home is a short documentary reflecting on the theme of our place in the world. Director Rosemary House explores the nature and relevance of our concept of “home” from Marie's personal perspective as a woman at a crossroads.
Cinematography by John O'Donnell. Sound by Paddy Hanlon. A film by Rosemary House with Marie Stamp. Edited by Chris Darlington. Music and Mix by Paul Steffler.
RELEASED in January 2012.
Puffin Patrol tells the story of a rescue group for baby puffins while revealing the story of the amazing little bird itself and what it can tell us about the changes that are coming.