Rebecca is a BAFTA nominated director, whose work spans film and audio, documentary and fiction and has screened on TV, in cinemas, online and at festivals internationally. Her most recent BBC film followed children who have parents serving long-term prison sentences. Rebecca has just finished directing a documentary-inspired audio-drama about coercive control for the BBC and a podcast with The Guardian on assisted dying. She is currently directing a film about physical and psychological scars commissioned by The Guardian. Rebecca worked with and was mentored by Penny Woolcock on the film One Mile Away, which won the Michael Powell Award for Best British Film at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
Kate Vogel worked at Channel 4 for eight years, predominantly as a commissioner of short form documentaries, nurturing new directing and producing talent. In 2010, she left to help establish Tate Media, a production company sitting at the heart of Tate's galleries, working with artists to make films for online, broadcast and cinema audiences. She is now a freelance director and producer working across both the documentary and art sectors.
Kat is a multi award-winning film producer who has been producing features for nearly two decades. Kat has worked with Channel 4, Film 4, BBC documentaries, Netflix, BBC Films and Vice to deliver long-form documentaries. Kat’s film credits include Grierson winning Here’s Johnny (Channel 4/Wellcome), The Man Whose Mind Exploded (Film4), Wojtek the Bear That Went to War (BBC), and Cow (BBC Films) which is directed by Andrea Arnold and is in post-production. With their company Halcyon Pictures, she and Kate Vogel are currently developing a series called Timekeepers, as well as a BBC Arts documentary about the life of artist Fahrelnissa Zeid.