A Short Film
Writer - Producer - Director
Camille Campbell is a Los Angeles based writer and director. A graduate of UC Santa Cruz’s writing program, she learned to write screenplays while working as a development assistant at River Road Entertainment and DreamWorks Studios. Her comedic essays have been published by McSweeney's Internet Tendency and Reductress. Washland Express is her directorial debut. She currently assists Liz Hannah and reads for Netflix.
Actor - Producer
Jennifer Allcott is an actor and filmmaker based out of Los Angeles. She established Grand Street Films in 2015 alongside Josh Helman with the creation of their debut feature film, Kate Can't Swim, which she co-wrote, produced and starred in. While her acting career started in the theater, her love of independent film and television has thrown her further into the filmmaking world. She wrote and produced two Grand Street Short films in 2018, and currently has three projects in development. Her film and television acting credits include WGN’s Manhattan, Falling, Sunlight and Rihanna Secret Show.
Kelly Bumford is a Los Angeles based Producer and member of the PGA. She has credits with major networks like NBC, MTV, Bravo, E!, VH1 and Comedy Central. She worked on the Emmy winning TV series hitRECord on TV with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and continued to work with hitRECord as a Producer for their 2016 project with the ACLU (which garnered an Emmy nomination). She spent a year on staff as a Line Producer with Popsugar Studios, and after Line Producing a Late Night Sketch Comedy pilot with Neal Brennan for Fox, she went freelance. In 2017, she Line Produced an indie feature Darkness In Tenement 45 and produced a short film Hurry Up And Wait.
Originally from Queensland, Australia, Josh studied screenwriting at AFTRS, acting at QUT and directing at NIDA. Acting credits include: X-Men: Apocalypse, Jack Reacher, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Mad Max: Fury Road, Animal Kingdom, Starz’s Flesh and Bone, FOX’s Wayward Pines, HBO’s The Pacific. Most recently, he starred in the biopic My Name is Lenny as the infamous British boxer Lenny McLean. His directorial debut, Kate Can't Swim, premiered at Slamdance in 2017.
Director of Photography
Alex Parker is a cinematographer and photographer based in Los Angeles. His work ranges from features and shorts to commercials and music videos, as well as a variety of content for CNN, The Guardian, Logo, MTV and BuzzFeed, among others. He recently finished shooting his second feature film, Man Camp, in Colorado, and his first feature, Young and Innocent, is currently screening in a variety of festivals across the US.