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Tamlin Hall


Tamlin HallTamlin Hall is a Humanitas Prize winner for television writing, a Georgia House of Representatives honoree for advocacy and arts, and an award-winning filmmaker. Hall received his MFA in screenwriting from UCLA. After graduating, Hall made his directorial debut with Holden On, a coming-of-age drama that received national acclaim for its authentic depiction of dual diagnosis. The film received 9 out of 10 stars on Film Threat and was shortlisted by the Georgia Film Critics Association for the Oglethorpe Award for Excellence in Georgia Cinema. Holden On won Best Feature Audience Awards (Dances With Films, Atlanta Film Festival, Macon Film Festival), Best Director (Breckenridge Film Festival, Orlando Film Festival), and Best Actor (Breckenridge Film Festival). Hall attended acting school at Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago and is an active member of SAG/AFTRA. He has taught acting and screenwriting workshops at AMAW and the Atlanta Writers Club. Hall serves as a Film & TV Dramatic Writing consultant for the USG Board of Regents/Georgia Film Academy and serves on the board for the mental wellness 501(c)3 nonprofit, IAMHOLDENON. Recent projects for Hall include production of the Hope Givers documentary series as well as co-writing the film adaptation of the #1 New York Times bestselling book, A Child Called "It", for the Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated production company For Good.