About The Film:

"To All The Little Girls" started as an idea that Executive Producer Rebecca Morgan Brubaker got at Hillary Clinton's "What Happened" book launch in September of 2017. After a hard ten months, she was overjoyed to be reunited with fellow Clinton supporters again. Brubaker was frustrated by the lack of media including the perspectives of the sixty-five million people who voted for Secretary Clinton in 2016. After meeting Hillary for the first time and leaving the signing, she knew what she wanted to do: make a documentary that would uplift stories of women and girls touched by the first female nominee for President so that current and future generations might get a more personal glimpse behind Hillary Clinton's historic run and career.

In the beginning, it was just Brubaker and her camera. She opened a Kickstarter, not really knowing how popular it would be. Soon the film had raised $5,000, and then after Secretary Clinton surprised her with an endorsement she was able to raise over $14,000 to travel the country and explore the past, present, and future of the Hillary for America community. Becca hopes that this film will help move the community "onward together" and start important conversations around representation, misogyny, and sexism.


Rebecca Morgan Brubaker

Executive Producer

Rebecca Morgan Brubaker is a recent graduate of Emerson College, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Marketing Communications and Political Science. During the 2016 election, she was the youngest member of the Democratic National Convention’s photography team and Somerville for Hillary team. She hopes to pursue a career in advance and/or digital for a female politician. Becca can be found on Twitter @itsmebeccam and running the documentary’s account @TATLGDoc.


Marina Khalili


Marina is a graduate of California Lutheran University where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with an emphasis in Film and Television Production. In 2015, she launched the "Sass Squad," an online organization in collaboration with Ellen Pompeo. The website engaged fans in environmental advocacy and fundraised for organizations such as Ocean Conservancy, David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, and Plastic Pollutes. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California where works in television and has another website launching soon Hustline.com. In the future she would like to become a director. Marina can be found on Twitter @MarinaKhalili.