Deborah Kampmeier
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Deborah Kampmeier’s second feature film Hounddog, was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. It won the top jury prize, Best of the Show, at the 2009 Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto. The film stars, Dakota Fanning, Robin Wright Penn, Piper Lauri and David Morse. Deborah’s first feature film Virgin, which she made for $65,000 was nominated for two 2004 Independent Spirit Awards, the John Cassavetes Award and the Best Female Lead for Elisabeth Moss’ performance in the film. In addition, Kampmeier won Best Screenwriter at the 2003 Hamptons International Film Festival. And Virgin garnered Best Feature Film at the 2003 Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto, won Best Independent Spirit at the Santa Fe Film Festival and Best Actress at the Sedona Film Festival. Virgin had its world premiere at the 2003 IFP Los Angeles Film Festival.Deborah is currently in post-production for SPLiT, the story of one woman’s mythic journey to claim her own darkness and stop putting it into the hands of her abusive lover. Starring Amy Ferguson, Morgan Spector and Anna Mouglalis.Deborah is also preparing to shoot a Currently Untitiled Carson McCuller's Project a film based on the life and work of the great Southern writer, Carson McCullers, starring Jena Malone, Elle Fanning, and Logan Marshall-Green. Filming is scheduled in and around NYC in Summer 2014 after Jena finishes shooting The Hunger Games 3 and 4.Deborah is the founder of Full Moon Films.

  • Hound Dog Trailer