Hey, I'm Rachel!
Los Angeles, California
I'm an accomplished television director who loves the short form film. I've directed over 60 hours of dramatic television, movies and episodes. I was chair of the DGA Women's Steering Committee, I've taught directing in the MFA program at USC, and have won multiple awards and grants for my prior short films. I'm currently in active development on FAIR FIGHT, a feature film about Fair Pay activist Lilly Ledbetter, and am a vocal advocate regarding employment equity for women directors in Hollywood.
Projects I'm Supporting
13-year-old Miles is struggling to find where he belongs when an unusual event forces him to face his biggest fear and take a leap of faith.
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Coming Home: Celebrating the Women Airforce Service Pilots in 2017
A group of the last surviving Women Airforce Service Pilots, all in their 90s, return to Avenger Field, for what may be their last reunion.
Twelve years after being sexually assaulted on her college campus, Jillian embarks on a journey to confront the past.
A subversive romantic comedy about a real-life vampire and the IRS agent who audits her
Minneapolis (the movie)
A cocky news anchor team gets stuck "mentoring" an at-risk teen. Shenanigans and dastardly weather conditions ensue…
A Muslim police officer stuck between his dancer daughter & orthodox father must grapple with ties to tradition & his own American dream.
Her-POW! New Adventures of Vintage Comic Book Heroines!
All new live-action adventures from 3 heroines from the Golden Age of comic books: The Woman in Red, The Veiled Avenger, and Ghost Woman!
In an uncertain, draught ravaged future, a devoted mother faces the most difficult decision of her life.
A young nun to be struggles to understand why her patient lacks sentience. A film about disability, feminism, and tested faith.
A young woman goes to prison for refusing mandatory service in the Israeli military to oppose her country's occupation of Palestine.
Billy comes from the future to stop himself from inventing time travel. Nope. Now to convince a judge, his wife, and himself he's not crazy.
Half the Picture
HALF THE PICTURE is a feature documentary about working women directors in Hollywood.