Born in Scarborough (just outside of Toronto), Mars Roberge graduated in 1995 with a B.F.A. in Film Production from York University. He has shot several music videos and award-winning short films/documentaries which include “Femme Plastique” (winner of Best Humorous Film at the International Canadian Annual Short Film and Video Festival 1992), “Canada on the Fringe” (finalist at 1993 New York Film Expo) and “Life on Mars” (On The Fly Film Festival 1998). In 2013, Mars completed his first feature documentary about Patricia Field’s House of Field which has played 24 times around the world and in 14 international film festivals. It won Best Documentary at 2016 Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, won the Audience Choice Award for best film at 2015 NewFilmmakers Los Angeles, was nominated for Best Feature Documentary at 2015 NewFilmmakers Los Angeles and was nominated for Best LGBT Feature Documentary at 2014 Queens World Film Festival. It has also been licensed to OUTtv and Mainstream Media Unplugged. Mars currently lives in Los Angeles and works full-time for Nomad Editing Company. He has made 2 self-written narrative features since The Little House That Could: "Scumbag" (2017) and "Mister Sister" (releasing June 15th, 2021 and contains 11 people from "The Little House That Could" in acting roles).


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