Photos with Doug Campbell
Lately Doug has been directing feature films with Producer Ken Sanders and Producer/DP Robert Ballo. In 2011 he directed three features, in 2012 he directed four and in 2013 he directed three. At this writing Doug is in pre-production on his second feature for 2014. In all, Doug has directed 22 feature films (thirteen of which he wrote or co-wrote), 18 hours of network TV, four commercials and 20 short subjects. His projects have appeared in theaters and on TV across the world. Domestically, CBS, HBO, Lifetime, Showtime, Fox, PAX-TV, The Family Channel and other networks have broadcast his work. Read more... he financed, wrote and directed, "The Tomorrow Man," was nominated for Best New Live Action Feature, Best Director and Best Screenplay in the 2001 DVD Premiere Awards sponsored by Daily Variety Magazine. Doug took home the Best Director Award. Doug grew up in the San Fernando Valley north of Los Angeles, making his first Super-8 when he was 14. After studying under Sandy Mackendrick at Cal Arts, he directed his first feature at age 24. Doug has directed different genres (action, family adventure, children's tv, documentary, sci-fi, teen comedy) but his favorites are thriller and drama. In 2003 Jikei schools asked Doug to design the curriculum and launch a new film school, Tokyo Film Center School of Arts. Currently Doug teaches at Academy of Art University in San Francisco under Executive Director Diane Baker. Filmmaking is something he knew he wanted to do as a kid, and he can't imagine doing anything else.