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Crew Positions

  • Accounting
  • Lead Accountant
  • Payroll Accountant
  • Production Accountant
  • Costume Department
  • Costume Supervisor
  • Costumer
  • Key Costumer
  • On-Set Costumer
  • Directors
  • First Assistant Director
  • Director
  • Producer

Union Member

  • I.A.T.S.E. LOCAL #488

Production Credits

2021 – Boon, Lead Accountant                    

2020 – Love in the Time of COVID, Director/Producer                    

2019 – All Those Small Things, Lead Accountant                    

2019 – Monsters of Rock, Lead Accountant                    

2019 – Home Sweet Home, Lead Accountant                    

2019 – Blue Waters, Lead Accountant                    

2019 – Girl Awake! Documentary, Director/Producer

2019 – Future Tense, Director/Producer

2015-18 – Z Nation (Seasons 2-5), Assistant Accountant

2014 – Z Nation (Season 1), Wardrobe Supervisor

2018 – The Pinecrest Haunting, Director/Producer

2018 – Matters, First AD

2018 – Just You Wait, Director/Producer

2018 – Update In Progress, Producer/Actress

2018 – Where I Stand, Director/Producer

2018 – Escaping Christmas, Director/Producer

2018 – A Shoe’s Dream, Producer/AD

2018 – Night of the Witch, First AD

2018 – Spokane Poets Documentary, Director/Producer

2017 – Michelle Pillow Book Trailer, Director/Producer

2017 – 2 Angels in a Boat, Producer

2017 – Heart2Heart, Director/Producer

2017 – E.S.P.A., Producer

2017 – A Tree for Dad, Director/Producer

2016 – Tarot Reading, Producer

2016 – Last Honesty, Producer/Actress

2016 – Cam-Fusion, Director/Producer

2015 – Grandpa’s Loose Ends, Director/Producer

2015 – Music of the Spheres, Producer

2015 – Taking Care of Charlie, Producer

2015 – Creature Seekers, Producer/Actress

2015 – Serenade, First AD

2014 – Michelle, First AD

2014 – Christmas with Art, Director/Writer

2014 – The Petersons, First AD

2013 – Root Bound, Director

2013 – At Middleton, Wardrobe Supervisor                    

2012 – The Birthday, Director

2012 – Thunderballs, Wardrobe Supervisor

2011 – Camilla Dickinson, Wardrobe Supervisor

2010 – The River Sorrow, Key Set Costumer

2010 – Knights of Badassdom, Key Set Costumer

2010 – The Hit List, Set Costumer

2009 – The Big Bang, Key Set Costumer

2009 – The Ward, Key Set Costumer

2009 – The Joneses, Wardrobe Supervisor

2009 – Out to Launch, Wardrobe Stylist

2008 – Wrong Turn at Tahoe, Key Set Costumer

2008 – Oy Vey! My Son Is Gay!!, Key Set Costumer

2008 – Falling Up, Key Set Costumer

2008 – Finding Bliss, Key Set Costumer

2008 – Give ’em Hell, Malone, Key Set Costumer

2008 – Norman, Key Set Costumer

2007 – The Golden Door, Key Set Costumer

2007 – Frank, Key Set Costumer

2007 – Home of the Brave, Set Costumer

2007 – The Family Holiday, Costume Assistant

2006 – End Game, Costume Assistant

Career Highlights

President, Spokane Film Project, 2020- Present Vice President, IATSE Local 488, 2019-Present Board Member, Washington Filmworks, 2020-Present Thundering Kitten Productions, Owner, 2017-Present Spokane Regional Labor Council Delegate, 2019-Present

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Biography

An active member of the Washington film community, Rebecca Cook got her AAS in Radio at SFCC and her BA in Theatre from EWU. She has worked as an actress, director, costumer, make-up artist, accountant, producer, and director throughout the region. For the last several years, she has worked on over 20 feature films, several commercial productions, and all 5 seasons of Syfy Channel’s Z Nation, as well as directed several award-winning short films. She founded her own company, Thundering Kitten Productions and the volunteer organization Spokane Women in Film & Television (SWIFT). In her passion for the film industry, she serves as Vice President for IATSE Local 488, serves on the board of Washington Filmworks, and is also President of Spokane Film Project. She has narrated various commercial and documentary voice overs, as well as brought to life over 80 audiobooks. Keeping to her theater roots, she produces three original works festivals for Spokane Stage Left Theater annually. She even enjoys rescuing feral cats from time to time. Because of her diverse background in the industry and entertaining style, she has been asked to speak to many students and local professionals about her journey creating a life in the arts.

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Films

Fil-Bill


Keep Film in Washington – Meet Rebecca Cook


Meet The Makers, Episode 3 – Mark and Fitz


SFP Panel: Unions and Industry Standards


The Failed Experiment, A Spokane Film Project Renga Production


Why is Film important in Washington #1