Rebecca Haimowitz is an award-winning Filmmaker whose work has screened across the world. She has received support from the Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund, Chicken & Egg Pictures, the Fledgling Fund, Fork Films (Abigail Disney), the New York State Council on the Arts, and more. She Directed & Produced “62 DAYS”, a documentary about a brain-dead pregnant woman who was forced to remain on life support against her wishes. That film premiered at the inaugural Meet The Press Film Festival with AFI and aired on PBS/World Channel’s “Reel South.” Rebecca is the Co-Director/Producer of “MADE IN INDIA,” a film about transnational surrogacy, which premiered at the Hot Docs International Film Festival, won “Best Documentary” at numerous film festivals, and aired on PBS in 2012.
Rebecca received her MFA in Filmmaking from Columbia University’s Graduate School of the Arts, where she was awarded faculty honors and also worked as a screenwriting Instructor. She is an Assistant Arts Professor in the Collaborative Arts and Open Arts Department at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, where she teaches various filmmaking courses. She is committed to creating powerful films that challenge and provoke.