Rebeka Herron is an alumna of Capilano University’s Motion Picture Program, the Producers’ Lab at the Canadian Film Centre, and Women in the Director's Chair. She is a member of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, and the Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA). Rebeka worked in development for Brightlight Pictures before transitioning to the story department on several lifestyle and reality programs, including the award-winning series ICE PILOTS NWT, directed and produced the original fitness series KISS MY INCOMING ABS (NOVUS TV), and recently finished co-directing the music video HONEY. Rebeka’s latest project about the sport ringette was chosen out of 9,000 submissions to be developed by CBC through their COVID-19 CBC Relief Fund. Rebeka worked at Taqqut Productions, where she was their supervising line producer. Her credits at Taqqut include animated series UKALIQ & KALLA; stop-motion TV movie THE SHAMAN’S APPRENTICE directed by Inuit filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk; and UNNIKKATUAT, a four-part documentary series following the creation of a multimedia circus performance that was shot in Ontario, Quebec, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. Rebeka owns production company Rusty Halo Productions, and is co-founder of the Sault Film Festival.