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Rebecca is a multi-disciplinary artist from NY, based in London, eager to give a TED Talk on Zabar's bagels vs Brick Lane beigels. They're particularly passionate about genre-blending and are committed to the creation of queer, multicultural and sex-positive new work. They originally moved to England to earn their BA (Hons) in Acting from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, followed by their MA in Screenwriting from The London Film School.

Their short films have played at seventeen international festivals, including Outfest LA (BAFTA and Academy Award Qualifying), Manchester Film Festival (BIFA Qualifying), Sunscreen Film Festival, and Revry TV's Queer X Festival.


Puck was one of eight films nominated for Best Narrative and won Best Acting at NFFTY, Buffalo & Wolfy won Best Original Concept at LGBTQ Unbordered, and their debut short Collector's Item continues to screen around the world, particularly with Girls in Film. Additionally, Rebecca's short script Muddy Ripening was a Top 5 Finalist for the Shore Script Short Film Fund, placing it on The Red List and top 2% of discoverable projects on Coverfly. Currently, she's honored to be developing a short film that's backed by the BFI Network.


Specialties include kinky tales, chaotic character-driven ensembles, and some good old Jewish zingers. Rebecca is keen on all forms of collaboration and also enjoys script editing and art assisting. When they aren't writing or working on set, they're practicing shibari, drawing, and stuffing their face with babka.

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