Named as one of the top 50 Indie Writers in the World by the Action on Film International Film Festival in 2015, Warren Hull is an author and award-winning screenplay writer and resides in Las Vegas, Nevada with his wife, Annette.
Warren's scripts include Family Secrets, the story of his family’s involvement in the 1947 murder of mobster Benjamin “BUGSY” Siegel and based on his true crime books, Family Secret (2004) and Family Secrets (2016). USNB-22, a feature film based on the last band to serve aboard the U.S.S. Arizona and Valley of Spirits, a Native American themed film of friendship and redemption.
Warren is considered a leading authority on the murder of gangster Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel; early Los Angeles politics and organized crime; the development of Las Vegas, and the life of famed billionaire Howard Hughes, and he has been a featured speaker on these topics at various conferences and seminars around the country.
Warren is currently pursuing his Certificate in Film and Television from the UCLA Writer's Program.
Valley of Spirits Drama ⋄ Fantasy A Native American elder with mysterious powers teams with an ad-hoc band of unlikely warriors to overcome the evil ambitions of a corrupt, big game poaching sheriff and reclaim the sacred land of his ancestors.
USNB-22 Historical A young trumpet player struggles to make the Navy band destined for the U.S.S. Arizona — and tragedy at Pearl Harbor.