|Directed by||Peter Cattaneo|
|Produced by||Stewart Richards|
Nicky Kentish Barnes
|Written by||Peter Morgan|
|Cinematography||Clive Tickner (DoP)|
|Edited by||Guy Bensley|
|Distributed by||FilmFour International|
|11 minutes |
Dear Rosie (1990) is a 1990 British short subject directed by Peter Cattaneo from a script by Peter Morgan and Mark Wadlow.  The plot follows Rosie, played by Fiona Victory, an unsuccessful novelist who begins receiving letters from overweight people after her agent publishes her diet tips.
Cattaneo directed the short while he was a student at the Royal College of Art. The 11-minute film premiered at the 1990 London Film Festival. The following year, it was presented at the New York Film Festival.
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- "Dear Rosie". British Film Institute. Retrieved on 29 November 2008.
- Holden, Steven (15 March 1991). "Life Without the Gloss In New Directors Series". The New York Times (The New York Times Company). Retrieved on 29 November 2008.
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- "1990 (63rd) Short Film (Live Action) Archived 9 June 2014 at Archive-It". Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
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