Production company m ss ng p eces welcomed Rebeca Huntt to its directorial roster of talent. 

Huntt is an Afro-Latina director and writer born and raised in New York City. In her films, Huntt’s emphasis is on bringing intention and beauty to every frame. She tells nuanced stories of internal triumphs, subatomic transformation, and relational dynamics. 

“I was blown away by Rebeca’s distinct voice as a storyteller. Her documentary and the complex themes she tackled in it moved me deeply,” said Ari Kuschnir, Founder & Managing Partner of m ss ng p eces. “As I’ve gotten to know her, I can see she’s fearless and truly unique. We’re really looking forward to working with Rebeca and creating meaningful stories for brands and agencies.” 

Huntt spent eight years crafting her first feature-length film, Beba, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. It screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, was released by NEON, and is now streaming on Hulu. The film received critical acclaim from Time, Variety, The New Yorker, and The New York Times. 

Huntt graduated from Bard College with a degree in Cultural Anthropology and before Beba, she directed short films that have featured in film festivals worldwide. Relationships and collaborations are of paramount importance in her creative journey, whether it’s with agencies, brands, crew, or talent. She wants people to connect more deeply with brands and to realise their vision through her films. She is also a member of the 2023 BAFTA Breakthrough Cohort. Huntt is currently working on a documentary feature about an elite athlete that will premiere next year.  

“m ss ng p eces makes the most sense for me, from the team to the clients to their ethos,” said Huntt. “There are moments in life when you make decisions that are easy and feel right. This was one of them. I’m excited to be mentored by such accomplished producers and directors, to hone in on translating my creative vision into the commercial world, and to work as much as possible.”