Rebecca Steele (producer)

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Rebecca Steele is a Canadian film and television producer. [1] She is most noted as a producer of the film Riceboy Sleeps , which was a Canadian Screen Award nominee for Best Motion Picture at the 11th Canadian Screen Awards in 2023. [2]

The founder of Kind Stranger Productions, she previously produced the web series The Happiest People in New York, the short films Taking a Piss, Ecstasy & Agony and The Quieting, and the theatrical feature film Daughter. She was the director of Ecstasy & Agony, and a writer, director and cast member of The Happiest People in New York.

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