Camille is Director and Co-Founder of the Lebanese Film Festival in Australia and has been since 2011. Driven by a desire to see community building and development of arts and culture within Western Sydney, as well as building cross cultural ties between Australia and Lebanon, Camille has established the Lebanese Film Festival to become the worlds largest of its kind. Camille also has a passion and commitment to socio-economic and cultural development. Camille is a qualified and practicing urban planner, currently working in Local Government and posses a Master of Development Studies and Culture Change from Macquarie University.
Jessica Khoury, co-founded the Lebanese Film Festival and has held the role of Co-Director and Programmer since 2011. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in Film and Theatre (University of New South Wales) and a Master of Arts Screen: Business and Leadership (Australian Film, Television and Radio School). Jessica is a qualified global festival, film marketing and programming executive and her robust career has seen her assistant produce Palm Beach the Movie, hold the role of a national film programmer and festivals manager at HOYTS cinemas and most recently joined Actors Centre Australia as Head of Marketing Strategy. Jessica is also a guest lecturer/tutor at AFTRS.