- RT @valariekaur: My Q to @ErrolMorris: What is your role as doc filmmaker? A: To pursue truth, above all. To never find it but always strive 10:04:20 PM April 17, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @valariekaur: Filmmaker @ErrolMorris inspired us to create the @VisualLaw Project at @YaleLawSchl. Very excited to thank him in person. 08:19:39 PM April 17, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Today 4PM! Filmmaker Errol Morris at Davenport College, moderated by @emilybazelon, cosponsored by @VisualLaw Project at @YaleLawSchl! 02:08:57 PM April 17, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Will hang out w/Kalyanee Mam today! Dir of Sundance film "A River Changes Course" & adviser to @VisualLaw: http://t.co/uk6ELS9r4A 02:36:16 PM April 11, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Excited to screen our film this afternoon with David Fathi of @ACLU Natl Prison Project #stopsolitary http://t.co/d5QolmPZcm @abfettig 04:54:43 PM March 22, 2013 from HootSuite ReplyRetweetFavorite
Rebecca Wexler is an independent documentary filmmaker and co-founder of the Yale Visual Law Project. Her research interests include interactions between politics and technology, with a particular focus on computer hackers. She holds an M. Phil in the history and philosophy of science from Cambridge University (2006, Rausing
Dissertation Prize) where she studied visual culture in science on a Gates-Cambridge fellowship. She holds a B.A. from Harvard College (2005). She has worked on documentaries distributed by PBS/American Experience (Grand Central), HBO (Taxi to the Dark Side), VH1 (Sex! The Revolution), and Verve (Rock Docs), and has produced, directed, filmed, and edited documentaries distributed by the Yale University Art Gallery, La Maison Européenne de la Photographie, the Long Wharf
Theatre and the Provincetown International Film Festival. She recently completed work as Associate Producer on a three-hour North American broadcast PBS documentary about Forgiveness directed by Helen Whitney, and is Directing/Producing/Editing a documentary for the Yale Art Gallery about the D’mba masked dance performance from Guinea, West Africa.