TWO CAMELS FILMS is the production company for the Dell Sisters, Elizabeth and Emily Dell.  Two Camels Film is focused on creating entertaining feature films that engage audiences.  We work in the US, China, and around the globe.  The most recent US and worldwide release was B-GIRL, about a female breakdancer, released in 2010.

Two Camels Films is featured in the National Women’s History Museum: “From Ideas to Independence: A Century of Entrepreneurial Women” and partnered with Nike, Bowmore, Panavision, Kodak, and Microsoft.


EMILY DELL – Director/ Writer

Film Director & Screenwriter Emily Dell’s feature film, B-GIRL, about a talented young dancer in the male-dominated breakdance world, currently airs on Showtime, Starz and Encore Networks. It won “BEST FEATURE” at the LA Femme Film Festival and was released worldwide in 2010.

Recent action short film BATTLE was profiled by H.Brothers TV 189 (China) and THE COMPASS ROSE was awarded “BEST ACTION” at the 2014 Buffalo Niagara Film Festival.

She is currently contracted to write and direct an action film with The China Film Corporation (The Karate Kid).  Emily has directed audiobooks and has lectured in film for the New York Film Academy, 85 Broads, The Screen Actors Guild and National University and awarded The Virginia Center for Creative Arts Residency and The Writer’s Arc Screenplay Fellowship, among others. Past films have won “Audience Award”, H20 Festival New York City, “Best in Festival, Short” Berkeley Film Festival, and have been profiled at The American Cinematheque. Emily studied film at New York University and Neuroscience at UC Berkeley and lives in Los Angeles.



Elizabeth Dell is half of the sister-team of Two Camels Films, with Writer/Director Emily Dell.   Elizabeth recently produced B-GIRL, a narrative feature about a female breakdancer, which was distributed worldwide, won multiple awards, and is currently featured on Showtime, Encore and Starz networks.  She is currently producing RULES OF BUSINESS, a Mandarin-language action film financed by the largest studio in China, the China Film Corporation.  She is also producing TIGER MOTHER, a female-driven action feature, CHINATOWN, a web series at the intersection of the US and China; and other feature and online projects.

Elizabeth is a Producers Guild Power of Diversity Workshop Fellow (2014), NALIP Latino Media Market Fellow (2011), Kodak Sundance Filmmaker (2008) and California Arts Foundation grant recipient (2010-2013).  Elizabeth speaks and teaches with the NY Film Academy, SAG Indie, Cannes Film Market, Latino International Film Festival, and more.  She is a member of the Producers Guild of America (PGA) International Committee and advisor for FilmQuotra (www.filmquotra.com), a company focused on real-time market intelligence for independent producers.



5 responses to “About

  1. I like your stuff very much. I write for “Very Short Independent Films” as my second career. I’m an Landscape Architect in Pittsburgh ,PA. Stumbled to your site through LinkedIn

  2. Elwood Scales III

    I have recently completed two screenplays that I would like submit to your company for consideration.

    Intensive Supervision is an urban drama about an Army veteran who resiliently pursues a new career as an inner city probation/parole officer despite having to face daily hostility and legal turmoil. This screenplay is very unique because there are no current films or television series which depict the life experiences of a probation/parole officer.

    Deadbeat Mom tells an emotional story about a middle aged woman in the prime of her life who wakes up one day and decides to do the unthinkable – she walks out on her husband and children. This screenplay explores the controversial epidemic of an absentee parent that is seldom focused on – the mother.

    In addition to my years of acting in film and television, my personal experience in the law enforcement and human services fields provides an intimate and accurate portrayal for these stories. I am also an active member of the Virginia Screenwriters Forum. My screenplay Deadbeat Mom was selected as a quarter finalist in the 2012 Filmmakers International Screenwriters Awards.

    Thank you for your time and consideration, and I look forward to the possibility of us talking further.

  3. Arim C.

    I have an idea for a movie I’d like to see happen. I have a very big
    societal message in mind behind it. I would like to solicit help from
    your production company for making this movie possible.

    I can give you more details, with a NDA. Is this something you can help with?

    Thank you,

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