Vancouver's Camille Mitchell earns industry acclaim for festival gem
As an award-winning actress, Camille Mitchell has spent most of her life working in film and television, and on stage, as a leading lady at the Shaw Festival, Stratford Festival and the Vancouver Arts Club Theatre. Most recently, Camille has been studying Documentary Filmmaking at Capilano University; Screenplay Writing at Langara College; and Theatre Directing at the University of British Columbia.
Next up, Camille is planning to do a documentary on her father Cameron Mitchell who gained early recognition for his portrayal of Happy in the stage and screen versions of “Death of a Salesman”. Still, out of more than 300 film and TV appearances, he is probably best remembered for his work on “The High Chaparral” (1967) TV series in which he, as the happy-go-lucky Buck Cannon, and Henry Darrow, as Manolito Montoya, stole the show.
Keep an eye out for "A Mother's Love" as it continues to screen at festivals, and win audience and critical acclaim alike.