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Direction, Production, Writer
Stacie’s films inspire rage for change in education! She is in production for a documentary about a mom who was jailed for using her parents' address to enroll her kids into a different district.
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Director/Producer - The Next Chapter - (feature documentary in production)
Producer - Bar Daddy: The Al Jenkins Story - (feature documentary premiered March 2023)
Writer - Capers - Short Film
Writer/Director - Strike - Short Film

Personal Details

San Francisco Bay Area

United States

Work Details


Women in Media
Film Independent
International Documentary Association
Brown Girls Doc Mafia
The Gotham


Stacie McClam is an educator, author, and filmmaker from Los Angeles. She is the founder of School Dismissed LLC, a company that bridges education, film, and law. Stacie is currently directing and producing a documentary about a mom who was jailed for enrolling her daughters into the school district where her parents' lived.

She has ten years of elementary teaching experience and has taught across the United States and abroad. Stacie was the host of Teacher Talks on TRIBE Family Channel for 3 seasons.

In 2018, she resigned from the teaching profession and wrote a book entitled, “School Dismissed: Walking Away From Teaching,” where she describes why she left the teaching profession. As a teacher turned filmmaker, Stacie uses her law degree to inform her education-related films. She seeks to expose people to the realities that occur inside schools through film.

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