Camilla Hall is a documentary director/producer based in Los Angeles. She specializes in vérité documentary filmmaking and comes from a seven year-career in journalism at the Financial Times and Bloomberg News. She has worked extensively in the UK, Middle East and U.S.
She directed COPWATCH, a feature documentary about a U.S. activist group who record the police, which was nominated for Best Documentary at Tribeca Film Festival and the Stockholm Film Festival in 2017. She is currently directing two feature documentaries and producing ERASING FAMILY, BLACK BARBIE, SIRENS and CIRCUS OF BOOKS. She produced FREEDOM FOR THE WOLF, which premiered at SHEFFIELD DOC FEST 2017, showed at IDFA and won the SLAMDANCE 2018 audience award. It was nominated for the Cinema For Peace Foundation at The Berlin Film Festival in 2019.
Camilla is interested in collaborating and supporting other like-minded independent filmmakers as well as pursuing her own creative projects. Follow her on Twitter with the icon below to keep track of her latest film and television projects.