Rodeo Queen Pictures Inc., founded in 2004, has produced three high quality short films, each directed by founder Ana Valine with screenings and awards internationally.
Her fourth short, How Eunice Got Her Baby, was produced through the Canadian Film Centre's Short Film Program. "Eunice" has picked up several industry accolades including Best Short at the Female Eye Festival in Toronto, Best Direction in a short drama at the Leo Awards in Vancouver, as well as a Golden Sheaf nomination at the Yorkton Film Festival. It screened at the Palm Springs and Montreal World Film Festivals.
Ana Valine's widely acclaimed debut film, alice & bastard, has garnered several awards including a Golden Sheaf for Best Director and the inaugural Emerging Filmmaker award at Yorkton. It also picked up the People's Choice Award at Mas Sorrer, Spain.
Her second experimental short film, a love poem, screened on the festival circuit, including a poetry festival, VideoBardo, in Argentina. The third release was the darkumentary, Nightmare on Cambie Street. It was shot in Vancouver in a day.
Filmmaker Ana Valine is regarded as one of Canada's emerging film talents. She is currently writing her first feature screenplay.
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