Seth Hall is an independent Creative Producer with over 20 years experience in the creative arts and through the disciplines of music, video, film, and web he brings a unique skillset to filmmaking. He first embarked on his creative journey as a teenager and through years of dedication and persistence emerged a renaissance man. As a multi-instrumentalist, Seth spent 11 years writing, recording and performing original music with a wide variety of artists. Through these experiences, he learned the art of self-expression and how to collaborate with different personalities. As a videographer, Seth spent 10 years learning all aspects of production, which he then applied to several feature-length and short films. Seth then transitioned to web design and development where for 7 years has learned the value of design and marketing and how to apply these to a specific audience.
Seth has eclectic tastes in cinema and while he enjoys both independent and studio films he has grown wearisome of the mega-budget tentpoles that dominate the market. He believes that great stories can come from all walks of life and that underserved audiences demand and deserve fresh points of view from original storytellers. Seth’s mission is to give voice to up-and-coming talent and produce original, high-quality films that bring diverse stories to a worldwide audience. With a firm grasp on both the art and commerce of the film business, Seth builds and nurtures loyal relationships and has become a venturous Creative Producer, all of which primes him to become the gatekeeper and bridge between emerging talent and the studio system.
Seth received his MFA in Creative Producing from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. During the two year program, he produced two short films, Circles, and Tropical Gardens, served as an episodic producer on an Andy Wolk directed web series (Criminal Justice, The Sopranos, Ugly Betty, Seal Team), and developed a slate of projects including two feature-length screenplays. He is the founder of
Hall Pictures LLC which focuses on the development and production of shorts, features, television/web series.
Film (Comedy) Editorial department "After moving to a small, rural town, uptight Joel Bixby (Tony Award-nominee John Cariani, Showtime, Kissing Jessica Stein), is invited by an agreeable new acquaintance to join a group of townsmen who meet in a ramshackle room at the edge of town. Normally a loner, Joel finds himself enamored by boisterous, fast food connoisseur Leo Applegate (Emmy- and Golden Globe-winner Edward Asner, Up, Elf, TV's Lou Grant and The Mary Tyler Moore Show) and reluctantly agrees to go. Unknowingly the "replacement" for a beloved member who recently passed away, Joel meets the group's other surviving members and is swept up in their strange lives, but struggles with their secretive purpose for gathering ... until he realizes each of them is as lost as himself. Gleeful Dink (Jack Kehler, Men in Black II, The Big Lebowski), who deeply loves his bald wife, is "in touch" with his feminine side; Perry (David Wells, Basic Instinct, Starman, Beverly Hills Cop), a former minister, is suffering a crisis of ... Written by Anonymous
Swimming in a Lake of Fire
Film (Drama) Editorial department A poor country girl tries to rebuild her life after murdering the boy who date-raped her in this southern gothic tale straight from the heart of rural America. Blending murder and revenge with themes of redemption and grace, Swimming in a Lake of Fire weaves together the lives of three damaged characters, Lucy Speckle (brilliantly portrayed by newcomer Ariel Burke), just home from prison and ready to mend her ways; her alcoholic preacher father, Ray Speckle (portrayed by Billy Ingram); and a broken-hearted cowboy, Lester Hollis (portrayed by Chris Best). Inspired by Flannery O'Connor and the Coen Brothers' films, SLOF has been called a "southern masterpiece" (Betty Austin-Ware), capturing the beauty of North Carolina and the simplicity of rural life in America, reminiscent of movies such as Black Snake Moan and Winter's Bone. Written by Les Butchart
Film (Short) Director A down & out father must face his greatest fear by entering a neighborhood father/son HORSE basketball tournament.