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Michael J. Camoin

Mike Camoin is the founding director of Capital Cinema Cultural Exchange, the international filmmakers lab based in Albany, NY. As a filmmaker, Mike Camoin is best known for his documentary series on Adirondack culture: Inside the Blue Line, How to Make an Adirondack Packbasket which have screened in northeastern U.S. and Canadian television ... See full bio »

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  Grazing Miss Albany (producer) (announced)
  The Making of Wedding at Cana (Documentary) (producer) (announced)
 2011 Life or Death (Documentary) (producer)
 2011 Relax (Short) (producer)
 2003 Battles of Saratoga (Video) (executive producer)
 2000 How to Make an Adirondack Packbasket (TV Movie documentary) (producer)
 1998 Inside the Blue Line: Leadley's Legacy (TV Series documentary) (producer)
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Alternate Names:

Mike Camion

Height:

5' 10½" (1.79 m)
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In 2003, with the aid of an in investor on Grazing Miss Albany, and literary agent Jeanine Edmunds, Camoin spearheaded an effort to expand the Saratoga County Film Commission to provide services for independent filmmakers in northeastern NY and prevent run-away productions. The result of their efforts led to the creation of the Capitol-Saratoga Film Commission which now provides services to six ... See more »

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