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Rebekah is an Autistic Director who’s always used imagination and vivid storytelling to process and explore the world around her. After training as an actor and Being Artistic Director of Arts Council funded Theatre Company Negativequity Rebekah directed her debut feature “Just Charlie'' that went on to win multiple international film festivals including EIFF and Cannes Ecrans Junior, it was nominated for 2 BIFAS’S, securing Theatrical and Streaming sales worldwide.


Recent short films Her Majesty and Bebe AI have won several BAFTA and Oscar Qualifying festivals. Her current feature Learning To Breathe Under Water has been selected for JETS, Berlinale Co pro market where it was nominated for the VFF talent award and The Brit List 2021. The project has Bankside, Shudder Films and Maria Bakalova attached. Rebekah is an alumni of EIFF talent lab, Bifa springboard, Screen Yorkshire Flex and was on the 2022 BAFTA short film jury as well as a finalist for Breaking thru the lens 2022. 


Passionate about telling stories about otherness and striving to get more creatives with disabilities on both sides of the camera.



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Dan is a proudly working class, queer, neuro-divergent, disabled filmmaker living in the rural East Midlands. His most recent project as a writer-director is the BFI National Lottery funded queer council estate western short ‘Hope Ain’t Right’; a queer neuro-divergent council estate western exploring gender roles, attitudes towards disability, and the nature of love. A true western, ‘Hope’ treads a delicate line between reality and imagination. It’s also a step forward for representation in film as the director, DOP and lead actor all identify as being on the autism spectrum. Dan is a BFI National Lottery Early Development Fund recipient, and an EIFF Talent Lab 2022 alumnus.

In 2022 Dan joined Seahorse Films with his close friend and collaborator filmmaker Rebekah Fortune to develop a slate of film and TV projects exploring otherness, neurodivergence and working class life.

Collaboration is at the heart of everything Dan does.

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