Deragh Campbell is an actor and writer appearing in largely art house films such as I Used to be Darker, Stinking Heaven and Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog.
Deragh lives in Toronto, Ontario.
Fail to Appear is formal and delicately crafted study of the roles on either side of the caseworker/client relationship. The film uses a combination of actors and non-professional actors with real-life...
Part of an omnibus of Christmas related films hosted on Kinet Media. A Young Woman goes through the ritual of decorating a Christmas tree with the backdrop of a recent breakup.
With a deeply personal script labored on over years by Joey Klein, the film is brought to life by dedicated performances by Tatiana Maslany and Tom Cullen and emotive camera work from Bobby Shore...
Acting as somewhat of a surrogate, Deragh plays the granddaughter to the director’s real-life grandmother, Joan, in a semi-fictional investigation into her grandmother’s past loves...
A tonal thriller, the film follows Maya (Melanie Scheiner) who, fed up with poverty, meets a wealthy man and attempts to gain possession of his house. Patricia is a rich young woman...
The second feature from the director of the acclaimed film Tower. Shot largely in close-up in a series of tragic-comic vignettes, the film is a character study of Erwin (Erwin Von Cotthem)...
After hosting a party, a man (Bene Coopersmith) finds a female stranger passed out on his floor, and spends the day trying to convince her to leave. A comic-tragic film on 16mm.
02. Interview along with Sofia Bohdanowicz, TIFF blog, 2017
03. The Kit, Toronto Star, 2016
04. The Globe and Mail, 2015
05. Novella Mag, 2015
07. Hudson’s Bay (video), 2015
08. The Seventh Art (video), 2014
09. Beyond Cinema (video), 2013
10. Alldayeveryday, 2013
Nominated best actress Vancouver Critic’s Circle 2016
TIFF Rising Star 2015
Macdowell Fellowship for Screenwriting 2015