Rebs Fisher-Jackson (she/her) is a working-class Cornish filmmaker based in Cardiff, Wales. Working within the British film industry for five years, Rebs previously worked in production before re-training as a script supervisor with Screen Alliance Wales in 2021. She has since worked on over 21 productions for the likes of the BBC, Paramount+, S4C, XYZ Productions, and Lucasfilm.

Alongside script supervision, Rebs is an accomplished self-taught writer/director. Her debut short film, ‘Best Student’, was funded by the BFI and has screened at 20+ international film festivals; the film has won multiple awards including ‘Young Experimental Filmmaker of the Year’ at the 2022 Cinemagic International Film Festival. Rebs’ most recent short, ‘Live After Death’, screened on the BBC in December 2023; she is currently in pre-production for her fifth short, ‘Just Friends’, an LGBTQ+ film supported by the BFI. In 2023, Rebs joined BAFTA as a BAFTA Connect writer/director.

Named one of the ‘Next Generation of LGBTQ+ Filmmakers in Wales’ by the Iris Prize for their ‘Pink Portraits Revisited’ project, Rebs’ career speaks for her commitment to platforming diversity. Alongside her work with Stonewall Cymru on the ‘Equal Power Equal Voice’ project, Rebs has a proven track record of using her voice and films to inspire social change through her work with the International Youth Media Summit (IYMS).
As a disabled and lesbian filmmaker, Rebs is passionate about championing diverse stories on-screen and behind the lens, and campaigns for improved accessibility and diversity within the film industry on a global level.