Rebekah Fergusson is a documentary producer with a passion for character driven stories. Her experience includes cinematography, line producing, impact producing, and post production supervising. She has produced long form documentaries for Netflix, ITVS, HBO and Fox Sports. Films she has produced have premiered at major film festivals and been nominated for Academy Awards, Sports Emmys and Webbys. 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 is based in Durham, NC.




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



contact:   rebekah (dot) fergusson (at) gmail



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