Lynne Kamm is a director and screenwriter in film, television, and video games. Creating with heart and humor, she has been recognized for her work in drama, comedy, musicals, children’s animation and documentary. Most notable, she has written on 19-2 and Letterkenny.

Both 19-2 and Letterkenny have been nominated for several Canadian Screen Awards, including winning for Best Drama Series 2016 and Best Comedy Series 2017 respectively; 19-2 was nominated for an International Emmy in 2017. Kamm herself has been nominated for both Canadian Screen Awards and Leo Awards as well as having received a Writers Guild of America nomination in 2017 for her writing on the video game Far Cry Primal (Ubisoft).

Her screenwriting residencies include the Canadian Film Centre, Sundance Lab, Berlinale Script Clinic, Praxis Fellowship, as well she was shortlisted for the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences prestigious Nicholl Fellowship. Her team was invited to participate in 2011 Toronto International Film Festival, Telefilm Pitch This!

Lynne is a two-time Olympic director, contributing to 2010 Vancouver Cultural Olympiad with Spring and to the 2012 summer games directing a series of commercials for Coke Olympics. Carving a niche in sports comedy, Lynne was also the creative behind award-winning I Love A Luger comedy web series – considered at the forefront of digital narrative content.

Recent Gigs:

Letterkenny, Season 3, New Metric/CraveTV, comedy, writer

The Detectives, Season 1, WAM/CBC, writer – multiple episodes

Ransom, Season 2, Entertainment One/ Sienna Films/ Big Light Productions (UK)/ Wildcat Productions (Fr)
For CBS, Corus, TF1, VOX, writer

19-2, Season 4, Sphere Media/ BELL MEDIA, Executive Story Editor/ Writer – multiple episodes

Far Cry Primal, game, Ubisoft, Writer

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