Phillip G. Carroll Jr., an independent filmmaker from Southampton, Pennsylvania, has been making movies since the age of ten, when the idea for a short narrative came to him while praying in Church. Since then, Phil has strived to tell meaningful stories with positive moral messages that capture the truth of the human condition. Through the collaboration of many talented individuals, Phil’s shorts have won numerous awards, including Best Undergraduate Picture as a freshman in the 2011 Temple University Diamond Screen film festival. After college, Phil aims to direct feature films in order to share his positive stories on the big screen with the world.
Best Undergraduate Picture in the Diamond Screen Film Festival for "Words of Atonement"