Writer, Director, and Producer

Writer, Director, and ProducerWriter, Director, and ProducerWriter, Director, and Producer



Originally from Goldsboro, North Carolina, Kameishia Wooten earned her B.A. in Media Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and M.F.A. in Film Writing and Directing at Columbia College Chicago.

Kameishia has written, directed, and produced 6 short films.  THE TEST received first runner-up in IFP's Fly-Over Zone Film Festival. SOUTHERN CROSS placed as a semi-finalist in the HBO/Chase Film Legacy challenge and has screened in over 20 film festivals around the world, including Chicago International Children's Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival's Emerging Showcase.  

Most recently, her feature screenplay, DESTINY'S ROAD, was selected as 1 of 12 projects for the 2019 Women In Film Financing Intensive. Also, her proof of concept short film of the same name placed as a semi-finalist in the 2019 Tribeca Film Institute Pond 5 Program and semi-finalist in the BlueCat Short Screenplay competition.  The short film will be touring the festival circuit in 2020 and will premiere at the Denton Black Film Festival in January.

Kameishia resides in Los Angeles where she’s a member of Alliance of Women Directors, Women In Film, Women In Media, and Film Independent. Kameishia's mission as a filmmaker is to create content that fosters culture, diversity, and community.