Rebecca Chaiklin

Rebecca Chaiklin

Rebecca Chaiklin is both Director and Producer. Rebecca was both Director and Producer on The Party's Over (Last Party 2000), a feature documentary on the 2000 presidential election starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, which premiered at the Locarno Film Festival in Europe and SWSX in the US - and was released theatrically in over 30 cities around the US, as well as both theatrical and television broadcast throughout Europe.

Rebecca is the Producer on Poster Boy, an independent feature which premiered at the 2004 Tribeca and Locarno Film Festivals and will be released theatrically in the US in the spring of 2005. Rebecca was the Producer on Men Make Woman Crazy Theory, a Zoe Cassavettes directorial debut, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and broadcast on Shotime.

Rebecca was the Producer on Hardball, a feature documentary on the first series of baseball games between the Cuban National Team and MLB, The Baltimore Orioles, Produced by Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana. Chaiklin was the Producer on Midnight in Cuba, a feature documentary chronicling the hopes and dreams of Cuba's younger generation, which premiered at The Berlin International Film Festival.

Currently Chaiklin is finishing The King of Soho, as both Director and Producer, a documentary film featuring Michael Pompa, an older Italian-American man who lives in New York City and has not travelled outside of 8 square blocks in over 54 years. Chaiklin is also directing a film on the war on drugs and hip-hop impresario Russel Simmon's campaign to reform the Rockefeller Drug Laws.