Rhea worked as Production Coordinator and Editor for the Democratic National Committee in 2020, supporting video production for prospective members of Congress running in battleground states, and organizing video campaigns to get President Biden elected to office.
Rhea Dudani is an aspiring filmmaker with a passion for feminism and politics, who specializes in creating female-centric narratives to break the glass ceiling. Her passion for film and politics lead her to this role as Associate Producer at Thematic.
While working at the DNC, Rhea executed new scripts, creative briefs, and videos. She scripted and administered the production of a myriad of voter education videos that were targeted towards 17 different battleground states and ensured that the team made these videos accessible to everyone. With the help of her team, she set and reached their goals for increased representation and inclusivity for the disabled community, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, women, the LGBTQ+ community, senior citizens, and more. There, Rhea and her team managed to produce 70 videos in the span of three months.
Rhea has always used her platform to tell the stories of the people that have often been silenced in our world. She strives to document the stories, share the voices, and represent the people that helped create the new Democratic constituency.
With a background in Film and TV, Rhea's film, FLOWERS, has been nominated for a showcase and her editing and camera work for a variety of films have been in showcases at Tisch. Rhea has production credits for THE MARTHA MITCHELL EFFECT (2022), STORM LAKE (2021), PURE (2021), ads made by the DNC for the 2020 Election, for PBS's POV on Season 33 (2020) and 34 (2021), and HBO's ATLANTA'S MISSING AND MURDERED (2020). Her projects mean a lot to her, each one stemming from a personal passion or perspective.
Rhea has her BFA in Film and Television from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, with a double major in Political Science.