Rebeka Herron is a Metis-Hispanic filmmaker. She is an alumna of Capilano University’s Motion Picture Program and the Cineplex Entertainment Film Program Producers’ Lab at the Canadian Film Centre. Herron is a member of Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) and Women in Film and TV - Toronto (WIFT-T). Herron worked in development for Brightlight Pictures before transitioning to the story department on several lifestyle and reality programs, including the award-winning series, Ice Pilots NWT. She directed and produced the original fitness series, Kiss My Incoming Abs, airing on NOVUS TV, worked as a virtual reality producer with Perspective Films on VR Wonders Of The World, and is in post on sci-fi horror film Pardon My Fancy and holiday film A Christmas Letter. Currently Herron works for Taqqut Productions, an Inuit production company specializing in animation and children's content. At Taqqut, Herron works in development and production as a line producer and production manager on the animated children's series Ukaliq & Kalla, Shaman's Apprentice a stop-motion TV movie directed by famed Inuit filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk, and UNNIKKATUAT a four part documentary series following the creation of an multi-media circus performance, shot in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Yellowknife and Igloolik, Nunavut. Herron owns production company Rusty Halo Productions based out of Toronto, co-owns 180 Sisterhood Productions based out of Sault Ste. Marie and co-owns Canadian distribution company Parallel Universe Pictures.