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Rebecca Raymer

Image: White woman with dark hair and green eyes.

Contact Rebecca: rebeccaraymer @ gmail.com

Rebecca is a writer, director, and artist in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to making and reviewing films, she works in Criminal Defense Law and is a social justice advocate. She studied Criminal Socialization at Georgia State University, where she discovered her love of filmmaking. She made her first film for Campus Movie Fest in 2010 and took it to the Cannes Film Festival with The Creative Mind Group. Rebecca has written a novel and a memoir and has been writing about films for about five years, most extensively as a Verified Creator with MoviePilot.com. In addition to always having a script or novel in the works, Rebecca is currently in production on a documentary series about people telling their own stories in their own voices.

You can find Rebecca at her website, Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter @rannray

Recent clips:

November 2018: Discrimination Against Women Directors Must End

Agnes Films, September 2018: Review of Natasha Cantwell’s Spinneret

September 2018: Why You Should Watch Confirmation: Anita Hill Taught Me to Stand Up to My Abusers

Rebecca is available as a source and for personal essays and reported features

Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, videoconference

Languages: English

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