Louise Rosen is a media executive with over 25 years experience in all areas of the international television and film business. She began working in project finance and distribution at WGBH-Boston, the largest producing station in the PBS system. Louise launched her own business in 1981 and has been working in the independent media world since then.
Louise Rosen Ltd offers various services to filmmakers including editorial review, strategies for fundraising, distribution and festival planning, sales agency for project financing and distribution of finished films.
Current projects she is representing include The Promise, The Killing Fields of Dr. Haing S. Ngor, Eva Hesse: Tracing the Rope, Power Struggle, A Fierce Green Fire, Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters and Brothers Hypnotic. These are films that have had, or are scheduled to have, major festival premieres, theatrical release and extensive distribution across a range of platforms and rights areas. Louise is also a credited co-producer on various projects including Prodigal Sons, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison and The Endurance.
Louise tutors and lectures at Documentary Campus Master School and at festivals and conferences including DOKLeipzig, Thessaloniki and HotDocs. She is on the Advisory Board of IFP/NY, the board of the Maine Media Workshops + College and is also the Executive & Artistic Director of the Maine Jewish Film Festival.