Rebecca M. Alvin
Rebecca M. Alvin is an independent American filmmaker, teacher, and writer. She attended Emerson College (B.S., Film), Berklee College of Music (Film Scoring), and the New School for Social Research (M.A., Media Studies). Her first feature-length documentary, OUR BODIES, OUR MINDS, about women in the sex industry, premiered at the Women in the Director’s Chair International Film Festival in 2001. It is currently distributed by The Cinema Guild. She was born and raised in New York City, but now lives with her husband and son on Cape Cod, in Massachusetts. WOMEN OF FAITH is her third documentary. (2/10)
Women of Faith
A film by Rebecca M. Alvin, 2009, 60 min., Color/BW
This absorbing documentary examines women’s decisions to lead religious lives in the Roman Catholic tradition in the post-feminist era. Throughout his...