FEATURE | USA | 86 MINUTES | English

Dusk & Dawn

This indie film is a stylized, camp, dark comedy featuring Indigenous Couture. It takes place in the small town of Skyville, where exes Dusk & Dawn rekindle their love on the night of their grad. As Dusk & Dawn navigate the evening together with their friends, they find themselves faced against the ghosts of their past, discrimination, a love triangle, and decisions that will affect them for the rest of their lives.


Directed by Roseanne Supernault

Roseanne Supernault is a Writer, Producer, Director with a 20-year background as an award winning Film/TV Actress and extensive film set experience. She currently has several feature films and series in development.

She successfully completed the Whistler Film Festival’s Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship in 2013. Her select field experience and training in film and theatre producing, writing, and story development includes Rubaboo Festival, Bear Paw Media, American Indian Film Institute, Dreamspeakers Film Festival, and The Actors Foundry.

Her short film “The Nod,” a cultural tableau filmed in Vancouver, BC premiered in San Francisco and was nominated for Best Live Short by the American Indian Film Festival in 2015. She went on to Project Manage a team of 10 professional filmmakers through her Indigenous Youth Film Program with the Citxw Nlaka’pamux Band of BC. There, she produced 6 short films and 2 music videos, all of which had their world premiere at the Red Nation Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2017.

Her short story “They Called her Laura Bannock” placed in the national writing competition, Thunderbird Stories. That short story is currently being developed into a short film.
Through her company Next Gen Workshops she has successfully trained hundreds of acting students since 2013.

She is mentored in producing by Darlene Choo, amongst many others. She is a graduate of Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts.


Roseanne Supernault


Roseanne Supernault


Roseanne Supernault

Key Cast

Anna Lambe, Joshua Odjick, Cody Lightning, Alison Wandzura, David La Haye

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