Campbell Graham is an award-winning writer-director of short and feature-length films.

Campbell's first feature film Anyone You Want won "Best Storyline Award" at the Boston International Film Festival and Best Actress Award for Tabrett Bethell at the Manhattan Film Festival. His short films have been funded by Dreamworks, Working Title and sold internationally. Campbell started his film career as an actor, appearing in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" and "Bridget Jones Diary 1 and 2."

DARE - (2 mins) This 35mm comedy was acquired by Dreamworks, who commissioned Campbell to make three further shorts in London. AWARDS: Nominated for Paramount Comedy Shorts Award. Winner, Halloween Society Audience Award, London. 

ANYONE YOU WANT - Official Trailer. Campbell's first feature, tells the story of a young businessman who befriends a homeless girl on the streets of Sydney and is drawn into her secret fantasy world.
AWARDS: "Best Storyline" at Boston International Film Festival, Best Actress for Tabrett Bethell at the Manhattan Film Festival. Official Selection - Cinequest Film Festival.

CRUNCH TIME - (16mm, 6mins, excerpts above) An absurdist comic take on youth gang culture. Part-funded by British producers Working Title and edited by Oscar-winning editor Chris Dickens. FESTIVALS: Leeds International Film Festival, Northern Ireland International Film Festival.

SPLAT - (35mm, 40 secs) A dance micro-short.
Two business people go wild in the city.
DANCERS: Sarah D'Arcy, Matthew Wait
D.O.P: Kevin van Niekerk.

HIS 'N HER'S - (16mm, trailer) Campbell's first film, about a couple exploring a tricky relationship issue. Funded by Emma Thompson and Anita Roddick.
SALES: Swedish National TV (SVT), German National TV (ZDF), British Airways, Virgin Airlines.
FESTIVALS: BBC British Short Film Festival - Best of British Section.
CO-PRODUCER: Louise Harrison