Kate Prentice, Derrick Eppich
In 2017, Camille Thoman wrote, directed and edited the thriller NEVER HERE starring Mireille Enos, Sam Shepard, Vincent Piazza, Goran Visnjic, Nina Arianda and Desmin Borges. NEVER HERE marked Sam Shepard's last screen role. The film is a genre-blend between a classic Hitchcockian suspense mystery (Whodunnit?) and a harrowing journey into disintegration of self (Who Am I?). It has 85% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
In May 2018, the multi-award-winning documentary THE LONGEST GAME that Camille directed and edited premiered on PBS. In September 2018, Camille edited storymode for the hugely popular NBA2K19 video game, which is expected to generate close to a billion dollars of revenue. In 2006, Camille wrote, directed and edited the short film FALLING OBJECTS, starring Mireille Enos, Timothy Hutton, Melissa Leo and Kevin Rahm. Camille's solo performance pieces have toured the UK and been performed by her in London at The Young Vic and the Battersea Arts Center. Her piece NUMB was nominated for a Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and broadcast on the BBC. Camille holds citizenship in the US, Canada and Germany. She is a graduate of the University of Bristol, U.K.