Rebecca Campbell is an alumna of ‘Top 25’ – Banff World Media Festival/CMF’s ‘Diversity of Voices,’ NSI, Shaw Rocket Fund Fellowship, Whistler Film Festival Digital Lab, and is currently a Banff Spark participant. She wrote and directed The Secret Society, her first feature documentary. Her directing highlights include broadcast documentaries Postcards from Vancouver Island, involving blindness and travel; and A Taste of the Prairies, involving blindness and cooking. She directed short the doc OVA, which won an ‘Edmonton Film Prize,’ and Kanada Girl. Campbell has created content for children: Squeaks & Cheeks, for which she won an AMPIA ‘Rosie’ Award; and The Girl Who Talks to the Moon for CBC Kids. She produced Last of the Fur Traders for AMI-tv/TELUS which won an AMPIA ‘Rosie’ Award, and numerous short documentaries found on AMI-tv, CBC Digital, CBC Gem, and TELUS TV. She currently sits on the board for FAVA.