Camilla is dedicated to telling stories that question the way we think about political and social subjects. Her directing debut COPWATCH premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2017. The film was acquired by Gunpowder & Sky and received theatrical and digital release. In Europe, in premiered at the Stockholm Film Festival. To capture COPWATCH, she shot extensively in the U.S., filming for over a year in St. Louis, Ferguson, Baltimore, Oakland and New York. For FREEDOM FOR THE WOLF, she produced intensive international shoots and shepherded the film to festivals including Sheffield Doc Fest, IDFA and Slamdance.
PREMIERED @ TRIBECA APRIL 2017
Copwatch is Camilla's directing debut. It is a documentary feature film about a group of young men who film the police as a form of protest. It features Ramsey Orta, who filmed the death of Eric Garner and Kevin Moore, who filmed the arrest of Freddie Gray. It is an independent film shot in vérité style.
(Released by Gunpowder & Sky in October 2017. Available Now on Amazon & ITunes)
Freedom for the Wolf: PRODUCER
PREMIERED @SHEFFIELD DOC FEST JUNE 2017, IDFA NOV 2017
Freedom For The Wolf is a global documentary feature film about the rise of illiberal democracy. The film follows incredible stories from India, Tunisia, Japan, Hong Kong and the United States in a context laid out by the world's most celebrated thinkers from Francis Fukuyama to Lawrence Lessig.
(Estimated release 2017)
UBER LIVES: LOS ANGELES (WeB SERIES)
Uber Lives is a five part docu-portrait series about Uber drivers in LA. The five videos consist of 3-minute interviews with people from all over the city who tell us their stories. The series, made for Vidme, was featured by Mashable, USA Today and LGBT Blogs, attracting almost 700,000 organic views.