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Rosanne Cohen




After receiving a graduate degree in Communications from Concordia University, Rosanne first ventured into the film world by managing a popular Montreal repertory theatre called Cinema V. She moved into film production a few years later when she freelanced for Robin Spry’s Telescene Communications as a Post Production Supervisor on many of Telescene’s films and television series including The Hunger co-produced with Tony and Ridley Scott. Rosanne then moved up to Associate Producer on the award- winning Mini-series, Hiroshima, directed by Roger Spottiswoode.
Rosanne’s relationship with Alliance Entertainment that began when she posted the feature film Eddie and The Cruisers II, took her to Vancouver to work on two seasons of the popular TV series Bordertown and the first season of North of 60, created and produced by Barbara Samuels and Wayne Grigsby.
Rosanne returned to Montreal to produce 52 episodes of the YTV/Fox Family tween series Radio Active. She went on to co-create and produce the Gemini-nominated youth series Fries With That (YTV) for another 52 episodes. Rosanne also co-developed a number of projects under the Ciné Télé Action banner, including, Indian Summer: The Oka Crisis (Mini-series/CBC), The Irish Connection (Ireland / Canada Mini-Series CBC/RTE), and Best Interest (NFB/CBC), a documentary by Gil Cardinal.
After a brief absence from the industry Rosanne is back working as a script consultant and researcher. She lives in Montreal with her husband and son.


Spoken languages
English, French
Written languages
Graduate Degree Communications
Concordia University, Class of 1977
Tech skills
Film and Television Post production