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Rebecca Shoptaw

Rebecca Shoptaw is a recent college grad (Yale '18) and filmmaker. She is the writer and director behind a number of award-winning LGBTQ+ short films, along with the critically-acclaimed web series Middlemarch: The Series (2017), a modernized adaptation of George Eliot's novel. Her work has been featured in publications such as The New Yorker, Le ... See full bio »

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(2015)
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(2012)

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 2018 The Flickering Forest (Short)
 2018 Untitled Tenderness Project (Short) (writer)
 2018 Love Language (TV Mini-Series) (26 episodes)
- Zenith (2018)
- Years (2018)
- X (2018)
- Wish (2018)
- Vigil (2018)
 2017 Middlemarch: The Series (TV Series) (70 episodes)
- The Reaction (2017)
- Movie Night (2017)
 2016 Sonnet 23 (Short) (writer)
 2016 Happy Endings (Short) (writer)
 2016 Infinite Rose (Short) (writer)
 2015/I Recording (Short) (writer)
 2014 This Will Linger (Short) (writer)
 2013/III Float (Short) (story) / (writer)
 2012/II Maybe (Short) (story) / (writer)
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