Rivkah Beth Medow makes award-winning films and raises daughters. A strong social/environmental justice river winds its way through each of her projects. Feature documentary credits include AHEAD OF THE CURVE (Producer, 2020); HUMILITÉ (Producer, 2020); LET THEM EAT DIRT (Producer/Director 2019); BEING GEORGE CLOONEY (Producer, 2016: Festivals, Netflix); THE NINE (Associate Producer, 2016: Festivals); SONS OF A GUN (Director/Producer, 2009: SXSW, Festivals, PBS); BABYMAMAHOOD (Director, in production); THE NEXT FRONTIER (Associate Producer, 2010, PBS, regional Emmy Award); FARMING THE SEAS (Associate Producer, 2005 Festivals, PBS, CINE Golden Eagle). THAT IS HOW MOTHERHOOD WORKS (2017) and RAINBOW BRIDGE (2018) are her first narrative shorts and both premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival. She has directed and produced documentary film projects for the non-profits Pachamama Alliance and Ella Baker Center for Human Rights and has helmed two major Impact Engagement Campaigns for her films with over 100 Strategic Partners including Environmental Defense, NRDC, National Coalition for the Homeless, and National Alliance on Mental Illness. As a Board Director for The Kenneth Rainin Foundation, she has awarded over 8 million dollars to narrative film projects including SORRY TO BOTHER YOU, BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD, HELLION, FRUITVALE STATION, and SHORT TERM 12. She lives with her daughters, husband, sister, and sister-in-law in Oakland, CA.