Camilla Hall's first documentary, COPWATCH, premiered at Tribeca in April 2017. She is an award-winning journalist-turned-filmmaker. She reported from the Middle East for five years, before becoming the US Banking Correspondent at the Financial Times in New York. She speaks Spanish and conversational Arabic. She won one of the UK’s top journalism prizes for her work in the Middle East. She left her career in print journalism in 2014 to produce a feature-length documentary titled FREEDOM FOR THE WOLF. She is currently producing for four female directors on films including ERASING FAMILY, BLACK BARBIE, CIRCUS OF BOOKS and SIRENS. She is directing two documentary features. She is active member of womens’ directing groups in LA, including Women in Film and Film Fatales. She was selected to join the Sundance Financing Intensive workshop in 2018.