Rebekah Fergusson is a documentary producer and cinematographer based in Durham, NC. Most recently, she was the post producer on Crip Camp, a Higher Ground Productions and Netflix Original about the disability rights movement that won the Audience Award at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.  She produced Q Ball (2019) about the basketball team at San Quentin State Prison with executive producer Kevin Durant.  She produced and was a cinematographer on End Game (2018), a Netflix Original about end-of-life care that was nominated for an Academy Award. She also produced the online series Waking Dream (2018) about the lives of DACA recipients, co-produced the HBO documentary The Case Against 8 (2014) which was shortlisted for an Academy Award, and directed Pelada which premiered at South by Southwest in 2010.




Crip Camp (2020)

Post Producer - Netflix Original


Q Ball (2019)

Producer - Fox Sports Magnify Series


Waking Dream (2018)

Producer - PBS Digital Studios/Indie Lens Storycast Series


End Game (2018)

Producer, Cinematographer - Netflix Original


Killing the Colorado (2016)

Post-Production Supervisor - Discovery Channel


“Hellraiser” The New Yorker Presents (2015)

Producer - Amazon Studios


The Case Against 8 (2014)

Co-Producer, Camera - HBO


Pelada (2010)

Director, Cinematographer - Cinetic Media/PBS International

contact:   rebekah (dot) fergusson (at) gmail