Camille is a French artist and emerging filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York. Her multidisciplinary work blends moving images into a choreography of light, music, and dialogue. She is continually creating films infused with the unconscious and the oneiric, as well as her experience as a dancer and living in the U.S. Her first short film, SIMON, was selected at over 50 festivals globally and won Best Short at the Miami Short Film Festival (2015), and the Richmond International Film Festival (2016), as well as Best Experimental at the Malibu Film Festival (2015), the Big Mini Media Festival (2015), and the Humboldt International Film Festival (2016), among other awards. She recently finished her second short film, MARGOT, which gained support from reputable organizations such as the Jerome Foundation and the New York Women in Film and Television. The film is currently in the festival circuit and was selected to world premiere at the Montreal World Film Festivial (2017), an Oscar qualifying event, in the World Competition Short Film section. In addition, Camille’s artwork has been exhibited at major art institutions in Europe including La Maison Rouge (Paris), Me Collectors Room (Berlin), Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto (Biella, Italy), and Musee de l’Adresse Postale (Paris).