Rachel Knoll is a director & filmmaker coming from a strong arts background. She holds a degree from The Royal College of the Arts and has an interest in concept-driven projects and highlighting a diversity of voices.  Rachel holds the record for the most copies owned of the critically acclaimed film, Gigli, learned how to drive motorcycles with a troop of pizza delivery drivers in London, and had Thanksgiving with strangers in the Alaskan wilderness and survived to tell the tale. Her adventurous spirit and collaborative nature has led Rachel across the globe and helped to shape her sensitive and (occasionally) humorous style of storytelling.

Rachel has spent time living in Switzerland, the UK, Canada, the U.S. and has previously worked at Vallee Duhamel, & Zurich University of the Arts.  Rachel's projects have been screened at venues and festivals around the world including SXSW, London Short Film Festival, Anchorage International Film Festival, The Maryland Fim Festival, The Norwegian Short Film Festival, The Walker Art Center and Minneapolis International Film Festival. Rachel has also directed work for Vimeo, Tourism Malaysia, Hyundai, Bloomberg, and The New Yorker and received grants from the Jerome Foundation, WIFT, and Vimeo.


rachelroseknoll @ gmail.com || @rachelroseknoll 



UK — Belize — Malaysia — China — Japan — Canada — Switzerland — all across the US