Doll is an award winning writer who has worked professionally with award winning directors and producers and films including: “Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy”, Award winning director Eugene Martin as Producer of Social Networking for The Anderson Monarchs. Doll holds two positions on the documentary film, The Whole Gritty City, currently in post-production: Producer of Social Networking, and Associate Producer. In addition, Doll Campbell is an award-winning writer who is passionate about films with a social justice/human rights slant. Her screenplay, Recess, about bullying in schools, was accepted into “Creative Minds in Cannes” via “Campus Movie Fest,” “Sky Fest Film and Script Festival” where she was awarded third place in the Best Script category, “The Alliance of Women Filmmakers Film and Script Festival” where she was honored as one of three finalists in an official selection, and the “Without a Box” screen-writing competition as a Semi-Finalist. Doll also attended “The Cannes Film Festival” as a part of “Campus Movie Fest” where she wrote and produced the award winning short screen play, Dirty Love, which was honored with the award for Best Cinematography. Doll has spent years in online marketing, traffic, independent PR consultant, and sales working for companies such as Paramount Home Mortgage, and Sabino. Skills honed in social media are now applied to producing works of interest.
Name: Doll Campbell
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Producer of Marketing & Distribution and Screenwriter
The Whole Gritty City
Film (Documentary and Music) Producer The Whole Gritty City follows three New Orleans marching bands rising up in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. As the bands' directors teach their students music and prepare them to march in Mardi Gras parades, they also battle for their lives and souls. The film follows kids one step away from the lures and dangers of the streets, through moments of setback, loss, discovery, and triumph. What happens in their bands reveals the power and resilience of a culture. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short) Producer The Invisibles are every day women who walk the streets and work in your homes. They are the women who raise your children. In exchange for giving their whole lives in service, they are often left out in the cold. We follow women from an adoption agency as they tackle their duties as nannies, and talk about the joys and injustices of their jobs. There is an inside look into the lives of women who are often overlooked and undervalued. The film tackles human rights violations through employment, as well as shining a light on the "Surrogate moms" who often go unrecognized. Written by Dollena
The Anderson Monarchs
Film (Documentary) Producer The Anderson Monarchs is about an all-girls soccer team competing, living, and thriving in an at-risk urban neighborhood in Philadelphia. Nominated in 2008 by Sports Illustrated as "Sports Team" of the year, they were also hailed as "the future of American Soccer" in the London newspaper, The Guardian. The documentary follows two girls, Jlon, age 11, and Kahlaa, age 10, through their formative years from 2009 to 2011. As the girls grow as soccer players, they learn more about their own abilities. Bodies and minds become healthier, aspirations grow, and new dreams are formed. Barriers start to fall by the side as they become confident in school. Marian Anderson, when asked about the time when she was denied the right to sing in Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., replied, "I had no bitterness and I have no bitterness now, because we look for bigger things, and if you're all right on the inside, you don't have to worry about things like that". The Anderson Monarchs, like their ... Written by Eugene Martin
Film (Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew Small drug smuggler from Scotland is trying to figure out his way through life until he meets beautiful girl from Canada who seeks a change after bad relationship she just got out of it.
Film (Documentary, Adventure, News and Western) Miscellaneous Crew Since ancient times, humankind has gazed upon the stars above and wondered about the meaning of the universe. How did it all begin? Are we alone or are there other beings among the billions of galaxies beyond our comprehension? Filmmaker and journalist David Gaynes wants to find out. That's why he's been traveling across America on a quest that he and millions of others share. The journey of SAVING HUBBLE. Written by Anonymous
New York University (New York, NY)