Rebecca Kenyon – Artistic Associate

Originally an actor, including with Upstart (Water Sculptures, London and Bruges), Rebecca has been a self-shooting director and editor for several years, and is founder of mote of dust films, focused on social documentaries.  Whilst making multi award-winning feature documentary Something You Can Call Home she was founding artist-in-residence at Cucalorus Festival (North Carolina), where she is now a programmer, q&a facilitator, and ambassador.  She was video director on Phone Home with Upstart whilst also making a documentary following the process.  Other work includes P.N.G Style, with David Fedele, about his solo journey through Papua New Guinea, which has been broadcast internationally, It Gets Better West End, with Andrew Pepper, a response to LGBT suicide and bullying, and The Shed, with Red Rose Chain, an interactive pop up experience exploring mental health stigma. She went on to be DV Director on ITV documentary series Me and My Guide Dog, and regularly collaborates with About Me For You sharing life stories.  Rebecca’s short documentary Gallopers, following the families of UK vintage fairground Carters Steam Fair, will be released this year, and she is currently shooting a feature documentary about the emerging role of the end of life ‘doula’

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