Rachel is a documentary filmmaker and editor based in the Bay Area. Among the films she’s produced are Fremont, USA which looks at one city’s response to its growing religious pluralism; Acting on Faith which profiles American women activists from the Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist faiths; and Death on a Friendly Border about the rising numbers of migrants who die crossing the US-Mexico border since its militarization. Rachel has also edited several documentaries, including Why We Sing, about GLBT choruses, which aired nationally on PBS; and Occupied Minds which followed a US-Israeli and US-Palestinian’s joint journey to their homeland and was broadcast on Link-TV. Antell received her M.A. in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University.