“After going through the most traumatic event in my life, I ended up at my therapist in Paris and joked that someday I would write my story. I then knew this was a great start for a vibrant, bold and authentic television show.”
Rosalie Recordon found writing as therapeutic but also necessary. Her story is authentic and unusual.
Her TV series PARIS-L.A. about her journey through Bisexuality and Self-identity discovery is in HBO offices at this moment.
She is also co-writing a new raw and bold feature called "Sienne" with her writing partner Story Producer, Tony Hickman.
She is the creator and co-director of the French series J'Peux Pas J'ai "I Can't, I Have..."
10 episodes of 3 minutes ish format.
A realistic dramedy about Rosa and Lala's relationship, two best friends transitioning from young women to adults. Parisian, girly, and a little offbeat, living normal situations or not.
Watch an episode! I can't I have a Smartphone - Eng sub
#1 J'peux pas j'ai la rage
- PARIS-L.A. - TV series - Landing in L.A., a neurotic French actress Lou, is in shock when she unexpectedly falls in love with a woman. As the tumultuous relationship blooms, Lou battles with misdirected aggression, feelings of not belonging in the LGBTQ community, and a never ending identity crisis risking to lose everything. When she finally realizes she wants to marry Camilla, she is deported back to Paris.
- PRIDE - Docu-series - A lesbian couple travels the world surviving by using the Couchsurfing website while interviewing various personalities, some in countries where homosexuality is illegal.
- SIENNE Feature Moodbaord