Kamrock Entertainment, LLC
(310) 913-4634 phone
Los Angeles, CA
Kameishia Wooten is a passionate Director, Writer, and Creative Producer who creates provoking, inclusive, socially impactful stories for TV & Film. Most recently, Kameishia’s short film, Destiny’s Road, received Best Short at the 2020 Black Truth Film Festival and Honorable Mention at the 2020 Queen Palm International Film Festival.
Kameishia was selected as a Women In Film/Sundance Financing Intensive Fellow for her feature screenplay, Destiny’s Road. The screenplay was also selected as a semi-finalist for the 2020 Screencraft Drama Competition and quarter-finalist for the Screencraft Production Fund. As a current participant in the Women In Film mentorship program, Kameishia is mentored by writer/director Shaz Bennet and educator/former talent manager, Pat Quinn.
Originally from Goldsboro, North Carolina, Kameishia earned her Master’s in Film from Columbia College Chicago and is a proud UNC Chapel Hill undergrad alum. She got her start in the business working as a legal professional for major studios such as Paramount Pictures and Netflix. When she isn’t working in entertainment, she’s performing as a classical vocalist in the LA Lawyers Philharmonic.
Kameishia resides in Los Angeles where she’s a member of Alliance of Women Directors, Women In Film, Women In Media, and Film Independent.