"In 1999, the Canadian director Patricia Rozema made an adaptation of “Mansfield Park” that brought slavery, sexual abuse, and sexual hypocrisy out of the background of Austen’s narrative and also put words from Austen’s own letters and diaries into Fanny Price’s dialogue. It was confident, audacious, and true to Austen’s world view. In an era of historical productions that romanticized wealth and, inadvertently, empire, “Mansfield Park” was refreshingly complex. It also managed to be warmhearted: tenderly acted and directed, finding love and humor between innocents in that troubled world.” — Sarah Larson, The New Yorker


SIGHT & SOUND – OCT 30 2018 – "Mouthpiece first look: puzzling the pieces of a mother's legacy" by Pamela Hutchinson

GLOBE AND MAIL – SEPT 6 2018 – "Patricia Rozema's Mouthpiece is her most directly political film yet" by Simon Houpt

NOW MAGAZINE – AUG 29 2018 – "TIFF preview: giving women's stories a Mouthpiece" by Glenn Sumi

LA WEEKLY – JULY 26, 2016 – “Is Patricia Rozema on Her Way to Becoming an Auteur?” by April Wolfe

NEW YORK OBSERVER – July 27, 2016 – “‘Into the Forest’: Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood Make a Home in the Dark,” by Oliver Jones (3 out of 4 stars)

LA WEEKLY – July 26, 2016 – “Patricia Rozema’s Masterful ‘Into the Forest’ Follows Life After the Power Goes Out” by April Wolfe

ROGER EBERT – July 29, 2016 – “Into The Forest” by Peter Sobczynski (3 out of 4 stars)

LOS ANGELES TIMES – July 28, 2016 – "Sisters Face the End of the World in 'Into the Forest'" by Katie Walsh

NEW YORK POST – July 28, 2016 Review – “’Into the Forest’ is an All Too Believable Apocalypse,” by Sara Stewart (3 out of 4 stars)

THE PLAYLIST – July 27, 2016 – “’Into the Forest’ Turns a Profoundly Human Eye to the End of Humanity” by Charles Bramesco (B)

THE WRAP – July 29, 2016 –"Best Reviewed Movie This Week: Ellen Page Apocalyptic Thriller ‘Into the Forest’" by J. Clara Chan