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Meet Rebecca

Rebecca is a full-service producer, from overseeing the nitty gritty budget details to making sure you have a proper lunch. When managing up to as many as 85 people, Rebecca’s intuition and ability to read a room come in handy. And yes, she loves asking the silly questions so you don’t have to.

As Producer at House of Cool, her job is, well, cool. Especially when she gets to tackle animated projects like Netflix’s new animated feature NextGen and Blue Sky Studios Easter special Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade. Don’t get her wrong, though: she loves live action too. Her project, Almost Adults, is a feature-length, live-action comedy available on Netflix and 24 VOD platforms worldwide.

Whether producing animation or live-action projects she’s all about making the stories come to life, and supporting the artist’s vision.

Rebecca holds education in Film and Television Production from Humber College. And, in 2015, she was chosen for the inaugural Corus Media Management Accelerator program.

You’ll often find her poring over schedule details (a love of hers, no joke), delving into character arcs, or watching The F Word for the umpteenth time.

Projects

Nobody Famous

Producer, 2018
Dark Comedy | 89 mins

A group of aspiring actors’ cottage weekend that takes a turn for the worst when one of them finds out they’ve booked a blockbuster role, as the rest of the group’s jealously takes hold where there’s no one else around.

Available now on iTunes, Vimeo, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play + more!

Festival Premiere at Whistler Film Festival 2017. Theatrical Premiere in Toronto 2018.

Almost Adults

Producer, 2016
Comedy Feature | 89 mins

A platonic love story between two best friends as their lives head in different directions.

Available on Netflix and VOD – iTunes, Vimeo, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, Vudu + more. Almost Adults is IndieWire’s 2015 Project of the Year and was funded on Kickstarter, reaching 305% of it’s goal. Screened at Austin Film Festival, Outfest Film Festival, and 7 other international festivals. Won Best Canadian Feature: Honourable Mention at Inside Out Film Festival, Toronto

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Lost in Oz

3 Daytime Emmy Award-Winning Special including “Outstanding Children’s Animated Program”

Production Manager, 2015
Pilot, Amazon Studios

When 12-year-old Dorothy Gale discovers her mother’s mysterious journal in her Kansas home, she and her dog, Toto, are transported into a bustling, modern Emerald City.

 

 

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Ice Age: The Great Egg Scapade

Production Manager, 2015
Television Special, Blue Sky Studios

When Sid takes a job as an egg nanny, he’s unaware an old enemy has plans of his own. The shenanigans lead to the first egg hunt and creation of popular Easter traditions.