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Rachel A.

Brooklyn, NY, USA


Rachel Beth Anderson, a Sundance award wining cinematographer, has filmed around the world in several conflict zones including Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, Egypt, Turkey, and South Sudan, for CNN Heros, PBS Frontline, Human Rights Watch, and independent feature documentaries First To Fall and E-TEAM. After participating in a Fulbright sponsored Journalism program based in Cairo, Rachel graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Journalism school where she filmed and co-produced a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award winning doc Breaking Down Barriers. Rachel officially made the move to Cairo, Egypt in 2010. During the 2011 Egyptian revolution Rachel worked as a videographer and field producer for PBS Frontline. Her footage from the uprising is also included in multiple long form documentaries for BBC, POV and independent feature films Zero-Silence and Uprising. Rachels award winning documentary, First To Fall, was borne of a 7-month journey spanning the Libyan war. Her directorial debut film was a Gucci/TriBeCa grant recipient (2012) and had its World Premier screening at the International Documentary Film Festival (IDFA) in late 2013. Currently in the 2014 festival circuit.

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