In this cinema vérité documentary, director Rosie Dransfeld captures the gritty and dangerous world of Edmonton's sex trade workers where, in a post-Pickton era, women now voluntarily provide police with DNA samples for future postmortem identification. This film deals with. Who Cares follows the stories of Courtney and Shelly, two former Edmontonian Rosvita Dransfeld (as Rosie Dransfeld) Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Director Rosie Dransfeld. Who Cares was filmed in Edmonton, and I try to see my Edmonton in this film. I see the ETS busses pulling up to bus.
In Who Cares, Award-winning master of vérité cinema Rosie Dransfeld enters the gritty and dangerous world of Edmonton's sex workers. Panel discussion to follow the opening night screening. Panelists include. captures the gritty and dangerous world of Edmonton's sex trade workers but as Dransfeld says, “Nobody believed them,” let alone even knew who they were.
Rosie Dransfeld is an award-winning film-maker from Edmonton, Alberta. The following trailer is a look into her latest film project “Who Cares?. Profiling the director of Who Cares?, Broke, The Dogwalker, and other docs of Courtesy of Rosie Dransfeld and ID Productions. cosmopolitan city of Hamburg to Edmonton, then Canada's heartland of right-wing populism. Rosie Dransfeld is an internationally renowned producer and director of Lynne Fernie called Dransfeld a “master of vérité cinema” for her film Who Cares?, about She won the Edmonton Film Prize for Anti-Social Limited (), a powerful.
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