Rebecca Haimowitz received her MFA in Filmmaking from Columbia University's Graduate School of the Arts, where she was awarded Faculty Honors and also worked as a Screenwriting Instructor. Her short film, Follow Me, screened at several international film festivals (including SXSW and Woodstock International Film Festival). Rebecca has directed several documentary films, including a piece about a summer camp for autistic children, a youth-produced series on over-policing in NYC schools (funded by the NYCLU), and a work-in-progress called Soundproof, a personal film about deafness in her family (recently featured on NPR’s "Weekend Edition" website). Rebecca is committed to creating films that reveal the human side behind social and political issues. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. (3/11)
Made in India: A Film about Surrogacy
A film by Rebecca Haimowitz & Vaishali Sinha, 2010, 97 min., Color
In San Antonio, Lisa and Brian Switzer risk their savings with a Medical Tourism company promising them an affordable solution after seven years of in...