Rebecca's documentary filmmaking covers diverse communities separated by borders, politics, and identity, from the United States to Israel and Palestine.
No Man's Land follows Israeli Black Panther founder Reuven Abergel on a tour of Jerusalem's Musrara neighborhood. Reuven share's his story as Mizrahi Jew caught between the narratives of the Israeli state and his experiences as a Moroccan Jew facing discrimination for his non-European background.
Recognizing Racism - Part 4 of a 12 part series interviewing Ethiopian Jewish activists protesting systemic anti-Black racism in Israel by refusing their state-mandated army reserve duty.
This short documentary was created as part of a campaign raising awareness about African Aslyum Seekers expulsion from Israel under PM Netanyahu's failed 2018 mass deportation plan.
Strike out Police Brutality --- San Francisco activists protest the police killings of Oshaine Evans and Alex Nieto outside the Giants Baseball stadium during a NLCS playoff game against the St Louis Cardinals shortly after the killing of Mike Brown in Ferguson.
This documentary short on Palestinian child incarceration in the Israeli prison system and military courts was made in partnership with Friends of Sabeel North America and Defense for Children International.