Julia Rosenberg founded January Films in Toronto early in 2005. This boutique production company works with both Canadian and international talent and financing to create feature films, documentaries, and television. January Films has produced, co-produced, or executive produced nine features: Charlotte, starring Keira Knightley; Sundowners, featuring Tim Heidecker; Natasha, written and directed by David Bezmozgis; Omamamia starring Marianne Sagebrecht and Giancarlo Giannini; Real Time, starring Randy Quaid and Jay Baruchel; and the feature documentaries The Bodybuilder and I, winner of Hot Docs Best Canadian Film; Teenager Hamlet, 15 Reasons To Live, and Ben Gurion, Epilogue. Charlotte is January Films’ first animated film.
Earlier in her career, Julia co-produced several notable feature films, including Being Julia, directed by Istvan Szabo and starring Annette Bening, and Jeremy Podeswa’s Fugitive Pieces featuring Rosamund Pike.