Rebecca Maddalo is a Writer and Director living in Los Angeles.

Born and raised in Cambridge, MA, she graduated from Harvard University in 2013 with a B.A. in Filmmaking and a minor in Music. 

Rebecca began her career in documentary, most notably acting as Associate Producer on the feature length documentary from ASquaredFilms, THE GUYS NEXT DOOR, which premiered in 2016 at the Sarasota Film Festival and has been screened at numerous festivals since. She now works largely in narrative filmmaking as she pursues writing and directing for film and television.

Rebecca has freelanced as a writer, cinematographer, editor, and photographer in Boston, Tennessee, and Los Angeles. She moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2016, where she received her MFA in Directing from the American Film Institute. 

Rebecca recently finished her tenth short film, WATERMARK, and is currently developing a web series.

Rebecca believes that movies transcend boundaries. Her films have been recognized as official selections in the Boston International Film Festival and the New England Online Film Festival. She cares deeply about giving voice to marginalized groups, and works frequently with material focusing on the intersection of trauma, relationships, and sexuality.

To view more of her film work or to discuss a potential project or collaboration, please visit the contact page or email with your interest.