Louise Rubacky

Louise Rubacky

Biography

Louise Rubacky has over 20 years of experience in fiction and non-fiction filmmaking. She co-wrote, produced and edited the 2013 independent feature The Cherokee Word for Water, a drama about a time in Wilma Mankiller’s life that established her leadership and led to her election as Chief of the Nation. Louise also wrote and co-directed the documentary There’s Something About W, about the failed promises and policies of the Bush Administration, and has made other short documentary films. She began her career in editing and has helped shape stories for directors Jean-Jacques Annaud, Francis Coppola, George Lucas, and Nicolas Roeg among many others.