Rebecca Campbell was a Producer for Peacock TV's (NBCUniversal) true crime limited series: Dangerous Breed: Crime. Cons. Cats.
She is an alumna of ‘Top 25’ – Banff World Media Festival/Canadian Media Fund’s ‘Diversity of Voices,’ NSI, Shaw Rocket Fund Fellowship, Whistler Film Festival Digital Lab, and was a Banff Spark Accelerator participant. She wrote and directed The Secret Society, her first feature documentary which versioned into two additional films: a one hour cut-down and an international version. Other directing highlights include broadcast documentaries Postcards from Vancouver Island and Postcards from Quebec for AMI-tv, involving blindness and travel; as well as broadcast documentary A Taste of the Prairies and mini-series A Taste of Canada, involving blindness and cooking. She previously directed VOD short documentary OVA: A Woman’s Fertility Gift, which won an ‘Edmonton Film Prize,’ and Kanada Girl, which screened at numerous international film festivals, including Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, St. Louis International Film Festival, and Yorkton Film Festival, at which it was nominated for a Golden Sheaf Award. Campbell has also created digital content for a young audience: she directed Squeaks & Cheeks Seasons 1 & 2, for which she won an AMPIA (Alberta Media Production Industries Association) ‘Rosie’ Award for Best Children’s Program or Series, and was nominated for a ‘Golden Sheaf Award’ at Yorkton Film Festival; and produced a digital kids pilot The Girl Who Talks to the Moon for CBC Kids, which was nominated for a Yorkton ‘Golden Sheaf Award.’ She also produced TV Broadcast Documentary Last of the Fur Traders for AMI-tv/TELUS which won an AMPIA (Alberta Media Production Industries Association) ‘Rosie’ Award for Best Production Reflecting Cultural Diversity, and numerous short documentaries which can be found on AMI-tv, CBC Digital, CBC Gem, and TELUS TV. She recently sat on the board for Film and Video Arts Society of Alberta.