Phoebe Rubin, a film producer and director, began making movies in 1999. Her first film, “Woman Who Cry in Restaurants,” was part of the LA Shorts Festival. In 2004, Phoebe began making documentary films for nonprofit organizations. Her short documentary, “A Perfect Note”, was included in the 2018 Napa Valley Film Festival. Phoebe holds an M.A. in Psychology with a concentration in Drama Therapy. She taught and directed autobiographical performance to youth at-risk in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area. Phoebe is currently producing and directing a feature-length documentary about women over 70 who continue to work. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feature Stories by Phoebe
- Introduction to “A Perfect Note: Café Jacqueline and The Art of the Soufflé” (photographer/videographer)