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, a site of both anti-Mizrahi racism and Palestinian displacement in 1948. Reuven shares 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.