Onscreen/Backstage

Onscreen/Backstage (previously the Femme Fatale x Rose Coloured Theatre Series) was curated in collaboration with Femme Fatale; a non-profit organization, founded in 2018 as a space for young femme and non-binary filmmakers to share their work on the big screen. 

Each event featured a film by an emerging filmmaker, followed by a discussion with the team.

This series was made possible with support from the Ontario Arts Council.


“Reverence” at Bampot Bohemian House Of Tea
Photo: Teo Waymann
“Reverence” at Bampot Bohemian House Of Tea
Photo: Teo Waymann
“Reverence” at Bampot Bohemian House Of Tea
Photo: Teo Waymann

Upcoming Screenings

April 28th, 2022: Periphery by Sara Yacobi-Harris

Periphery is an evocative short documentary that explores ethnic diversity in the Jewish community in Canada through dance, poetry, and personal narratives. Following 10 Jews of Black/African, Korean, Iraqi, Indian, and South American ancestry, the film challenges perceptions of who is a Jew, exploring ideas of representation, intersectionality, race, and sexuality. Periphery invites us to appreciate the richness of Jewish identity and cultural expression while also illustrating what it feels like to grapple with a sense of belonging and to seek recognition within one’s own ethnic community.

Sara Yacobi-Harris (she/her) is a multidisciplinary artist, filmmaker, media professional and community organizer. Sara has been making films since 2016 with a particular interest in exploring and capturing intersectional identity and belonging using spoken word, movement and dance as forms of expression. Sara has worked at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and CBC’s unscripted department. She holds a Masters of Education (M.Ed) in Social Justice Education from the University of Toronto.

Get your tickets here!


Past Screenings

Reverence (2021)

Teaunna Gray

March 24th, 2022

Ghost City (2020)

Jaiden Dal Bello

February 26th, 2022

Just Pervs (2021)

Perverted Assemblages Collective

January 28th, 2022

Wash Day (2020)

Kourtney Jackson

July 16th, 2021

The Dream Thief (2020)

Camden Abdull

May 29th, 2021

Diane Keaton (2019)

Georgia Michailidi

February 28, 2021


Our Team

Romi Shraiter (she/her)

Series Director/Producer

Romi is the cofounder and artistic director of Rose Coloured Theatre. Recently graduated from the National Theatre School of Canada’s Acting program, Romi is based in Tkaronto/Toronto working as an actor, producer and dramaturge.

Astrid Mohr (she/her)

Series Director/Designer

Astrid is the Founder and Festival Director of the Femme Fatale Film Festival. She is a Tkaronto/Toronto based baker, filmmaker and organizer and is very excited to be working again with Rose Coloured Theatre on this screening series!

Caitlin Farley (she/her)

Livestream Coordinator/Technical Director

Caitlin is a recent graduate from the National Theatre School of Canada for Theatre Production, Design, & Technical Arts. Since graduating Caitlin has had the privilege of working at the Toronto Fringe for Livestream/Technical Direction. She is excited and honoured to work with Rose Coloured Theatre and Femme Fatale in the new year with so many talented, amazing artists!

Ava Young (she/her)

Event Coordinator

Ava Is a Tkaronto/Toronto based filmmaker and Creative Industries student at X University. She’s excited to be returning as the event coordinator for Femme Fatale Film Festival this year. 


Government and Program Support

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