Malcolm Rogge

Malcolm Rogge, born in Winnipeg, 1969, is a filmmaker and lawyer. He holds an Honours B.A. J.D./M.E.S., and a Graduate Diploma in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. His debut feature documentary film, Under Rich Earth, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2008 and went on to win several international awards, including First Prize at the Festival Internacional de Cine Invisible in Bilbao (Spain) and the Humanitarian Award at the Tiburón International Film Festival (USA).

Artist Code: 811


Santuario de Kimsakocha (Sanctuary of Kimsakocha)

2012, 05:50 minutes, colour, Spanish with English Subtitles

Under Rich Earth (Bajos Suelos Ricos)

2008, 92:00 minutes, colour, English and Spanish with English Subtitles

European Vacation

2007, 12:24 minutes, colour, English


2004, 04:30 minutes, Colour

Missile: The Omnipresence of Waves

2004, 05:30 minutes, Colour/B&W, English/French

Pretension Spaz: The Farley Theory

2004, 04:30 minutes, Colour

Djun & Marijke

2002, 06:30 minutes, B&W, English

Like A Nice Rubber Gas Mask

2001, 04:30 minutes, Colour

Critical Writing

Guerrilla Video: Electrons Outside the Vacuum
by M.E. Luka et al. Guerrilla Video, Aug. 14 Summer, 2002.
(Un)reasonable search and seizure in Québec City: Lessons for...
by Malcolm Rogge. LIFT: The Liason of Independant Filmmakers of Toronto, June 2001, v. 21, no. 3.