Rebekah Tuluie grew up in Snowdonia, North Wales. She trained as a painter at Bath Academy of Art and Falmouth School of Art. After graduating, she was a scenic painter at the Royal Opera House and worked with photographers Ken Griffiths and Chris Simpson. In 1997, she published Handlines, a book in aid of the anti-personnel landmines campaign, endorsed by the Red Cross and exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery.

She began her film career with a Forum for the Future Sir Cameron Mackintosh Scholarship in 1998, followed, in 2001, by a National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts Fellowship. In 2004, with a Sir John Terry Memorial Scholarship, she completed her MA in Film Production at the National Film and Television School, where her work received several awards. This same year, Rebekah was one of Screen International’s Stars of Tomorrow and founded Rainy Day Films. In 2008, Rebekah was honoured with a Women in Film Talkback Thames New Talent Award and featured in Tatler’s New Brit Talent list. In 2009, Rebekah completed Inside Pictures, Europe’s leading film business training and leadership programme. She was a member of the Ffilm Cymru Wales board from 2009 until 2015. In 2016, Rebekah was elected to sit on the Committee of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in Wales, BAFTA Cymru. In 2019, Rebekah was a founding member and creative coordinator for PhysicsX, a team of scientists and engineers devoted to making the world a better place.


Rebekah’s first feature film as producer was The Edge of Love, starring Keira Knightley, and Cillian Murphy. The film brought the life story of Rebekah’s grandparents’ relationship with poet Dylan Thomas to the screen. This was followed by Patagonia, directed by Marc Evans, and starring Matthew Rhys and Nahuel Perez Biscayart and with Fox Studios, Another Me, which was directed by Isabel Coixet and starred Sophie Turner and Rhys Ifans.


Since 2022, Rebekah has been represented by Zuleika Gallery. That same year her work was exhibited as part of the Winter Show: Fine Art and Rare Jewels at Cromwell Place London. In January the following year, her work was shown in Curated at Dorfold Hall: British Art Then and Now. In 2024, Rebekah’s work was selected for theIronstone Art Prize and Exhibition at the Banbury Museum. Her work is in private collections, including a house designed by architect Roger D’Astous in Montreal and the former home and studio of painter Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema.


Rebekah now lives in Oxfordshire and has come full circle in reigniting her lifelong passion for painting.