Talent Guide

Natalie Camou

  • Discipline:Director
  • Program Year:Project Involve 2024


Natalie Camou is a Mexican-American director and writer based in Los Angeles. Her 2016 short tereza won the inaugural Audi Fellowship for Women, a full fellowship to attend The American Film Institute. Her documentary Domestic Violence in Rural America won the 2018 Communicator Award, Award of Distinction. Camou’s 2019 PSA Changing the Chairs opened in front of the world premiere of Queen & Slim at the 2019 AFI FEST. Supporters such as Laura Dern, Mati Diop and Snoop Dog shared the piece.

She is currently developing two features and a series in the genre formats of Historical Drama/Sci-fi, Horror, and Coming of Age.