Melissa Regan is a Sundance award-winning filmmaker whose work has appeared on HBO, PBS, MTV and Oprah.
Melissa’s documentary film NO DUMB QUESTIONS and related “ask your own dumb question, tell your own story” campaign are changing hearts, minds, and policies in schools, colleges, and communities around the world. Client projects include an award-winning short documentary series for The Coca-Cola Company about water and sanitation in Africa.
Melissa has a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. She lives in Oakland, CA.
Films by Melissa Regan
Uncle Bill is becoming a woman. This lighthearted and poignant documentary profiles three sisters, ages 6, 9 and 11, struggling to understand why and how their Uncle Bill is becoming their new Aunt Barbara.