Rebecca Campbell

Rebecca Campbell has worked on multiple award-winning web series, documentaries, innovative digital projects and 360 video. Her director/writer experience includes ‘Kanada Girl,’ a short film which screened at 15 international film festivals; two seasons of ‘Squeaks & Cheeks’, a stopmotion animation series, which won the AMPIA (Alberta Media Production Industry Association) award for Best Children’s Series; several episodes of ‘Kitten TV,’ Telus’ most-watched free VOD program; ambient television projects ‘Pulled – a Dogsledding Experience’ and ‘Bird Sanctuary’; fourty segments for ‘AMI This Week,’ and two hour long documentaries for AMI-tv: ‘Postcards from Quebec’ and ‘A Taste of the Prairies.’ Her producing experience is varied, including a scripted CBC Kids digital pilot ‘The Girl Who Talks to the Moon,’ which was recently nominated for a Golden Sheaf Award at ‘Yorkton Film Festival’ and ‘Last of the Fur Traders’ which won an AMPIA award for Best Production Reflecting Cultural Diversity. In June 2019 she received $25,000 from TELUS in development funding and in September 2019 TELUS greenlit the first feature film that she will write and direct with $250,000 in funding.