La Neige Rouillée is an autobiographical work that grips us like the synthesis of grief, with its super 8 homemovies running alongside shots of the abandoned farm, moments of poetry and references to an unsolved murder. This confession, sometimes secret, sometimes extracted by force, reminds us of the difficulty of love in the past tense.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Previously to her studies at the Mel Hoppenhein School of Cinema, in Montreal, Tamara Taddeo works as a script supervisor on American and local television and film projects produced in Quebec. During her cinema studies (2002-2005), Tamara discovers her strong interest for experimentation in documentary forms. In 2004, she is awarded, by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, the Kodak prize for outstanding achievement in cinematography.In 2006, Tamara crafts La Neige Rouillée (Cold Rust).