Camille Tucker

Camille is a passionate filmmaker dedicated to creating socially conscious movies that provoke thought and inspire change.

As a director, Camille’s short films that have screened at the Sundance, Heartland, Pan African and San Luis Obispo film festivals. She has written, produced and directed six short films including, Cellular, which won Best Short Narrative Film at the Roxbury International Film Festival.

More recently, Camille has written a biopic for LeBron James’ Springhill Entertainment and Disney+, a TV pilot 50 Cent’s G-Unit and the STARZ network and is currently a Writer/Executive Producer on the Gladys Knight limited series with Cineflix Studios.

Passionate about nurturing the next generation of storytellers, Camille is also an educator as a Lecturer at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts International Programs and Adjunct Faculty at Loyola Marymount. She has become a sought-after expert on the art of adaptation. She is always excitedly developing new film and television projects and is represented by Entertainment 360.

"I don't really decide what the core of the story is before I write. I write to figure out what the story is. And I think the characters end up talking to you and telling you what they want to be doing and what is important to them. So in some ways, your job is to listen as much as it is to write." ~ Greta Gerwig

NAACP Image Award nominated feature film and television writer and producer Camille Tucker is an entertainment industry veteran who has sold scripts to sold scripts to Sony, Universal, New Line, Fox TV, STARZ and Disney+ and developed her projects with A-list producers such as Robert DeNiro, Marc Platt, Stacey Snider, Todd Garner, Kevin Misher, Debra Chase, and the late John Singleton. She is the co-writer of Lifetime’s critically acclaimed biopic The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel, which was nominated for five NAACP Image Awards, including outstanding writing. It also won the Satellite, African American Critics Association and Gracie Allen awards for Best Television Movie and has had over 13 million views to date.