Rahima R. Rice
I am most inspired by creatives who dare to dream, far outside the box. Spike Lee and Woody Allen were my early writing influences. Ava DuVernay is the kind of fearless filmmaker who inspires me.
Rahima R. Rice was born and raised in Washington, D.C. Her most recent work includes the short film Making & Breaking (People’s Choice Award Winner, 2020 OLA Film Festival), the web series Room 513, the one-act play The Eight (2018 Anacostia Playhouse Visions/Revisions New Works Festival, 2020 Affirmation Theatre Company Pro-Black One Acts Festival) and the full length play At the Full Yum (2019-2020 SigWorks Reading Series). Her articles and personal essays have been published in LEVEL Magazine, The Daring, Looper, and Living Corporate. Rahima holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Media from the University of the District of Columbia, and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing for the Stage & Screen from Lesley University. Rahima is the founder of the DC-based arts & entertainment company The 4208 Group, and curator of the 10-minute play festival The 10-Minute Taste. Learn more about Rahima on her website,
Washington, DC, USA