Becca Roth has always loved telling stories. She made her first short film as a shy seventeen-year-old, and after experiencing the terrifying vulnerability of putting herself out there and showing her work to an audience, she knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life making movies.
After college, she wrote and directed Rain in Summer, an independent short film about love, loss and self-acceptance. It went on to screen at dozens of film festivals and picked up several awards along the way.
One: A Story of Love and Equality is Becca's first feature-length documentary, and the most meaningful project she's ever embarked on. Through her marriage to this film, she learned patience and gratitude, and developed a genuine love and appreciation for humanity. She hopes that this film will inspire people of all walks of life.
You can reach Becca by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.