Completion Films is committed to the development and production of globally dynamic feature films (and occasionally documentaries) directed by some of the most talented filmmakers from Africa. Our unique background in both the American and African film market allows us to provide these filmmakers with the support and guidance necessary to create a path towards exposure to a wider global audience. Our development slate also includes an array of historical and social films. We develop our feature content through our first-look deal with Focus Features, where our unique relationship and mandate in seeking out African content has also led to the creation of the Focus Features Africa First Short Film Program.

In addition to the development and production of feature films, COMPLETION FILMS also utilizes our unique background in the US and African film market to partner with global companies and organizations to produce customized events and conferences. Learn more about our events here.


, Completion Films
Program Director, Focus Features Africa First Short Film Program

Kisha Cameron-Dingle runs the production company Completion Films, which has a first-look deal with Focus Features. Mrs. Cameron-Dingle uses her knowledge, passion and relationships in the world of African cinema to bring in and produce films with some of Africa’s most promising young filmmakers. Completion Films is currently developing TOK TOKKIE, a ghost thriller set in Cape Town, directed by Jenna Bass, a film adaptation of the novel WHO FEARS DEATH by Nnedi Okorafor, directed by Wanuri Kahiu, the Nigerian gang film AREA BOYS, directed by Omelihu Nwanguma and written by acclaimed Nigerian playwright Oladipo Agboluaje. Cameron-Dingle, the documentary SEMBENE! with filmmakers Samba Gadijgo and Jason Silverman, and with New York-based producer Krista Parris, a mini-series about JONESTOWN.

Kisha Cameron-Dingle is also the Program Director of the FOCUS FEATURES AFRICA FIRST SHORT FILM PROGRAM, which was conceived to be a unique initiative, with funds earmarked specifically for emerging filmmakers of African nationality and residence. Each year, Africa First offers participating filmmakers a chance to be awarded $10,000 in financing for pre-production, production and/or post-production on their narrative short film made in continental Africa which taps into the resources of the film industry there. Previously, Cameron Dingle served as Associate Producer on Sometimes in April, the HBO film based on true events surrounding the 1994 genocide in Rwanda; and on Spike Lee’s controversial film, Bamboozled. She has an extensive background in studio development, having been an executive at New Line Cinema and Walden Media. Kisha holds a BFA in Film Production from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.