Camille Thoman

Camille Thoman wrote and directed the 2017 thriller Never Here, starring Mireille Enos and Sam Shepard, a genre-blend between a classic Hitchcockian suspense mystery and a harrowing journey into disintegration of self. It is in theaters and on VOD from October 20 through Vertical Entertainment. Thoman’s award-winning documentary The Longest Game, which follows a group of zestful octogenarians who’ve daily for 25 years for a game of “paddle tennis,” will premiere on PBS in Spring 2018. In 2006, Thoman directed the short film Falling Objects, starring Mireille Enos, Timothy Hutton, Melissa Leo and Kevin Rahm. Her solo performance pieces have toured the U.K. and been performed by her in London at The Young Vic and the Battersea Arts Center.

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Talks

The Time I Thought I Had Died and Was in Hell, and How I Came Back

By Camille Thoman | October 20, 2017

The Time I Thought I Had Died and Was in Hell, and How I Came Back

Writer-director Camille Thoman on a pivotal period of her life that informs her debut feature, Never Here.