Rebekah Bradford Leekley
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Rebekah Bradford Leekley



For the past 20 years, Rebekah has been a working screenwriter, producer and filmmaker. She received a Primetime Emmy Award for her work on HBO’s original series Spawn and co-wrote the highly rated movie Mafia Doctor for CBS.

She recently finished the drama pilots The Crescent City and TAROT, which are out to A list producers and directors. Currently, she is developing and writing the drama pilots Cipher and Tripwire with Aaron Mendelsohn.

She has written, produced, directed, shot and edited both live action and documentary short films. Her short film Manny premiered at the Santa Cruz Film Festival in Fall 2014. She has written features, developed and written short form original television series as well as long form mini-series and MOW’s for HBO, CBS, TNT, Lifetime, AMC, and FOX. She is also a creative content creator who has developed branded digital entertainment for companies such as Google, Intel and Chanel.

Rebekah is passionate about storytelling and believes that stories are what make us uniquely human. They are at once the singular but also the collective shared experiences that connect us to others, inspire us to explore the mysteries of life and force us to act. Good stories move us.

Teaching is another passion of hers. She has taught screenwriting at community colleges and will be teaching an Industry class for UC Santa Cruz’s Film and Digital Media Department in the Fall 2015.

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