Thought-provoking narratives for a new paradigm.
Camille Gladney Schmoutz is passionate about the transformative power of cinematic storytelling. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College in 2015 and wrote plays and librettos before making her filmmaking debut in 2018 with her LGBT themed short ‘Gloria’, followed by her solo directing debut in 2019 with sophomore short 'St. Esther Day'. Gloria won a number of awards on the festival circuit, including Best Narrative Short (Translations Seattle Film Festival 2019), Best US Comedy (North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2019) and a Founders' Circle award (Louisiana Film Prize 2018). St. Esther Day is currently submitted to several upcoming festivals. Camille hopes to create one more short in 2020 before turning her eye to feature length narratives.
Official Selection
St. Esther Day
Louisiana Film Prize
Shreveport, Louisiana
2019
Official Selection
Gloria
North Louisiana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
Shreveport, Louisiana
2019
Official Selection
Gloria
Santa Fe Film Festival
Santa Fe, New Mexico
2019
Official Selection
Gloria
Women Texas Film Festival
Dallas, Texas
2019
Official Selection
Gloria
Hill Country Film Festival
Fredericksburg, Texas
2019
Audience Choice: Best Narrative Short
Gloria
Translations: Seattle Transgender Film Festival
Seattle, Washington
2019
Founders' Circle Award
Gloria
Louisiana Film Prize Festival
Shreveport, Louisiana
2018
Best U.S. Comedy Short
Gloria
North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
Durham, North Carolina
Official Selection
Gloria
Louisiana International Film Festival (LIFF Fest)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
College
Goddard College
MFA Creative Writing
20132015
Birth Date
November 18, 1988
Nickname
Camille
Birth City
Minden, Louisiana
Current City
Shreveport, Louisiana
Hometown
Homer, Louisiana
Height
5'6
Gender
Female
Ethnicity
White
Eye Color
Brown
Zodiac Sign
Scorpio
Children
none
Thought-provoking narratives for a new paradigm.
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