Creator | Editor-in-Chief | Production Designer
Rose Lagacé is a production designer, art director, and filmmaker based in Toronto, Canada.
At the age of fourteen Rose made the choice to pursue filmmaking and later graduated from Niagara College of Applied Arts & Technology having studied art history, film theory and philosophy. Upon moving to Toronto, Rose quickly made her way on set and fell madly in love with production design.
Since then she has had the opportunity to production design or art direct ten feature films including Old Stock, The Rendezvous, At Home By Myself… With You, New Year, and the feature film Wet Bum, starring Julia Sarah Stone, Kenneth Walsh, and Craig Arnold which premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. In addition, she has designed dozens and dozens of short films, music videos, commercials, MOW’s, pilots, and one television series.
Rose was the recipient of three Best Production Design awards in 2010 for the short film, Patient, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. That same year she received the Best Production Design award at the Los Angeles Maverick Movie Awards for the feature film, Killer God.
She can also be found in the art department as an art department coordinator. She happily joined the USA Network’s Covert Affairs in this capacity for three seasons and continued on to art direct Covert Affairs interactive webisodes in 2012. As an art department member of the Directors Guild of Canada and a set decoration permittee with IATSE 873, she most recently worked on the NBC series, Hannibal and the CW Pilot, Cheerleader Death Squad as she continues to seek work on big budget productions in an effort to one day become a master of her craft.
Rose has collaborated in various capacities with several top film, television, and media companies including: NBC Universal, USA Network, CBS Entertainment, CW Network, Fox Searchlight, Starz, Revolver, Canadian Film Centre, Bravo, Toronto International Film Festival, CBC, Toronto Star, Sun Media Corporation, CTVglobemedia and the National Film Board of Canada.