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Camille Campbell

Bio

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Camille Campbell

Camille Campbell is a writer and director based in Los Angeles. A proud member of the WGA, she most recently adapted a novel for Wattpad and developed a pilot with Paul Feig's Powderkeg. She was one of six directors selected for the Los Angeles Women’s Weekend Film Challenge.

 

Her short, Washland Express, screened at the Palm Springs Shortfest and on Short of the Week, and her viral comedic parody was featured by New York Magazine. Her comedic essays have been published by McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and Reductress.

 

A Nicholl Fellowship Semifinalist, she learned to write screenplays while working in development at DreamWorks and for the producer of 12 Years a Slave and The Tree of Life. She studied acting at NYU and brings this understanding and appreciation of actors to her work as a director. She is repped by 3Arts and Verve.

Education

NYU Tisch School of the Arts

UC Santa Cruz

BFA Creative Writing

Acting Training

Shakespeare Santa Cruz

America Conservatory Theatre 

Lesly Kahn

Pacific Resident Theater

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