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Tamlin Hall is an award-winning filmmaker and HUMANITAS Prize winner for television writing.

Tamlin Hall

Screenwriting Mentor

He earned his MFA from UCLA’s Screenwriting Program, considered among the finest in the country. Hall studied acting at Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago and is a member of the WGA and SAG/AFTRA.

Hall has over 15 years of experience in the arts an actor, writer, director, and producer. His feature film directorial debut, Holden On, garnered acclaim for its authentic depiction of mental illness and addiction. The film won awards across the country and was nominated by the Georgia Film Critics Association for the Oglethorpe Award for Excellence in Georgia Cinema.

Hall founded the social impact 501©3 nonprofit arts organization IAMHOLDENON. Based in Atlanta, Hall’s nonprofit currently produces the uplifting documentary series, Hope Givers (Georgia Public Broadcasting/PBS Learning Media).

Hall has various narrative and documentary projects in development. He was recently selected as a coveted Mandela Washington Fellowship Reciprocal Exchange Awardee through a documentary film he is attached to direct in Kenya.