Father Stu: Exclusive Interview With Director Rosalind Ross  

Father Stu: Exclusive Interview With Director Rosalind Ross  

Earlier this month, we got a sneak peak of the the new Sony Pictures film, Father Stu and we interviewed Director and Writer Rosalind Ross. This movie came just in time for Easter as it is a film about faith, mercy, hope, and resilience.

This compelling movie is for everyone and all walks of life. It’s for believers, non-believers alike. It is based on a true story. It is honest, raw and about overcoming obstacles. Watch it in theaters today!

Rated R

Watch our exclusive interview below!

Thank you Sony Pictures for inviting Queen Bee Latina to interview Rosalind Ross.


Based on a true story, Father Stu is an unflinchingly honest, funny and ultimately uplifting drama about a lost soul who finds his purpose in a most unexpected place. When an injury ends his amateur boxing career, Stuart Long (Mark Wahlberg) moves to L.A. dreaming of stardom. While scraping by as a supermarket clerk, he meets Carmen (Teresa Ruiz), a Catholic Sunday school teacher who seems immune to his bad-boy charm. Determined to win her over, the longtime agnostic starts going to church to impress her. But surviving a terrible motorcycle accident leaves him wondering if he can use his second chance to help others find their way, leading to the surprising realization that he is meant to be a Catholic priest. Despite a devastating health crisis and the skepticism of Church officials and his estranged parents (Mel Gibson and Jacki Weaver), Stu pursues his vocation with courage and compassion, inspiring not only those closest to him but countless others along the way.

Written for the screen and directed by Rosalind Ross, and starring Academy Award Nominee® Mark Wahlberg (Best Supporting Actor, The Departed, 2006) as Father Stu, along with Academy Award Winner® Mel Gibson (Best Director, Braveheart, 1995), Academy Award Nominee® Jacki Weaver (Best Supporting Actor, Silver Linings Playbook, 2012) and Teresa Ruiz (Narcos). The film is produced by Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson and Jordon Foss and executive produced by Miky Lee, Colleen Camp, Rosalind Ross, Patrick Peach and Tony Grazia.  

Check out our full interview here.

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