Camille Gatin

Camille Gatin

Camille’s most recent project is the feature adaptation of The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey, directed by Colm McCarthy, starring Glenn Close, Gemma Arterton and Paddy Considine. The film world premiered at the Locarno film festival, went on to the Toronto Film Festival, Sitges, Busan, Gerardmer, won awards and was nominated for a BAFTA. Camille became the first recipient of the BIFA Breakthrough Producer award.


She also produced Jonathan van Tulleken and Tim Key’s Anthony, a black comedy set in Lapland, which is currently touring film festivals around the world. The short film has won London Short Film Festival’s LOCO Best Comedy Award, Best Short and Best Actor at the LA Indie Film Festival and Best Comedy at NYShortsFest, as well as being in selection at Palm Springs, Encounters, Chicago International Film Festival and Flickerfest.


In 2014, Camille produced the second season of ‘Endeavour’ for ITV, the reboot of Inspector Morse. Each feature length episode was directed respectively by: Kristoffer Nyholm (The Killing), Giuseppe Capotondi (Venice film festival winner La Doppia Ora), Andy Wilson (Ripper Street) and Geoff Sax (White Noise).


Camille’s first feature, Shadow Dancer, directed by Oscar winning director James Marsh, and written by Tom Bradby, starring Andrea Riseborough, Clive Owen and Gillian Anderson, was released by Paramount in the UK in summer 2012. Shadow Dancer premiered at Sundance and out of competition at the Berlin Film Festiva

BIFA Roles

2018 Jury Member