Camille Campbell is a writer and director based in Los Angeles. Her pilot The Great House, a modern, comedic retelling of Jane Eyre, was a 2017 finalist for The Tracking Board Launch Pad Contest, Script Pipeline TV Writing Contest and the Sundance New Voices Lab. Her comedic essays have been published by McSweeney's Internet Tendency and Reductress, and she blogs at excellentnotion.com. A graduate of UC Santa Cruz, she has worked as a motion picture development assistant at DreamWorks Studios and River Road Entertainment, producer of 12 Years a Slave. She currently works for screenwriter Liz Hannah (The Post) and as a story analyst for Netflix. She is in post-production on her directorial debut, a short film that takes place entirely within an express car wash.
the best of excellent notion
Camille comes clean about talking to her parents too much while driving.
Finally a place just for only children.
A Bitmoji conversation goes awry.
The downfalls of various workout cults.
Camille talks about growing up with a canine brother.
A look inside Camille's tortured writing process.
Camille's version of the Hollywood Reporter's Hottest 35 Under 35 list.
Camille reflects on the nature of shopping for a bra, particularly with your mother.
shorts made for Excellent Notion
A to do list made right before bed spirals out of control.
Inside an awkward Skype therapy session (is there any other kind?).
Camille auditions to do the front of house speech at a movie theater.
Welcome to the world's first forum for adult only children.
A breakup from Siri's POV.
How to put your two weeks notice in with your family.
Camille's comedic retelling of Jane Eyre, The Great House, is a Top 10 Finalist in the 2017 Tracking Board Launch Pad TV contest.
The Great House is a Semifinalist in the 2017 Script Pipeline TV Writing Contest.
The web series adaptation of The Great House is a finalist for the Sundance New Voices Lab.