The Name of the Game is Connection.
Integrity, inspiration, communication, and teamwork are our foundation.
United Film House is a development and production company with a variety of intellectual properties and is consistently developing new ones for both Film and Television.
Founder / Director / Producer
Born in Arizona, I was raised on the country’s largest Native American reservation, The Navajo Nation. My parents taught on the ‘rez,’ and constantly encouraged creativity. My mother is a veteran photographer of 30+ years, and my father is a Smithsonian-recognized artist.
Starting my professional career in entertainment, first as an editor, shaped the way I direct to this day – with a clear vision of a project’s needs before production begins. This lead me to work with such industry moguls as Marta Kauffman and Quentin Tarantino. My work has earned a Grammy nomination, its place on the Oscar’s short list, and a Telly Award for United Film House’s first commercial production.
Camille LaBry West
Founder / Writer / Producer
My goal is to enthrall, inspire and entertain millions of people with compelling content.
Born and raised in Austin, TX from a family of artists and entrepreneurs, I learned early that the golden rule was to always work as a collaborative team.
My career began as a Project Manager at #1 Fortune 500 companies in San Francisco. I’m grateful for that experience, yet my passion is to tell stories, so it was only a matter of time before I pursued entertainment.
My personal motto? Nothing to it but to do it. Some of my feature film credits include “Extracted,” “The Owner,” and “Bad Ass.”
Director / Producer
The great classics of world cinema have had such a huge part in inspiring my own evolution, not just as a filmmaker but also as a human being. Therefore, I choose to make films with fellow artists who aspire to create even newer visions, featuring subjects, styles, and themes rarely broached in film before, inspiring not only our audiences, but ourselves, the filmmakers, as well.
Born and raised in Chicago, I started off in love with “Star Wars”, and later discovered Godard. I’m comfortable navigating both the mainstream and the arthouse: all depends on the needs of the project. Graduating from USC, I’ve been an independent filmmaker for nearly 20 years, having produced and directed many short subjects, documentaries , and music videos, including the film festival favorite, “The Ballad of PonyBoy”. My work has received exceptional praise from many respected filmmakers and journalists, including Allison Anders (Mi Vida Loca, Gas Food Lodging), and Angela Shelton (Tumbleweeds, Searching for Angela Shelton), among others.
I am also a film preservationist, having supervised the restoration of many Hollywood classics, including ROMAN HOLIDAY and NASHVILLE. Currently, I am deep in development of a feature film about the legendary 1960s Brazilian rock group, Os Mutantes, a project which combines the documentary format with ground-breaking animation.