Becca Roth is a queer narrative and documentary filmmaker whose feature screenplay “Margo & Perry” is a 2022 Academy Nicholl Fellowship Semifinalist, was selected for the GLAAD List, and won the Launch Pad Feature Competition.
Becca wrote and directed a short film version of “Margo & Perry” starring Sofia Black-D’Elia (“Single Drunk Female”) and Annie Parisse (“Friends from College”) that premiered at the Austin Film Festival. She is currently packaging the feature which will be her directorial debut.
Becca’s scripted comedy short, “Lenses,” screened at film festivals around the world before it was selected for a month-long run at IFC Center in New York City. She also directed "The Book of Ruth" starring Emmy and Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh (Funny Girl on Broadway).
Becca has directed documentaries for the Oscar-winning production company Shine Global and has been the documentary director for Let’s Win Pancreatic Cancer since 2018, where she travels the country interviewing long term pancreatic cancer survivors for an ongoing series that now consists of over 50 short films. She also directed the award-winning feature documentary “One: A Story of Love and Equality.”
She is a seasoned improviser, playing on house teams at UCB and The PIT NYC. She co-hosts a popular podcast that re-examines Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s careers - and young women in pop culture in the early 2000s - through a modern day feminist lens.
She lives in Los Angeles with her disturbingly handsome Australian Shepherd.