Brin Hill

Brin Hill most recently directed and wrote The Ecology of Love, a short film sponsored by Details Magazine and Visa that is the independent answer to the much-heralded BMW Films series. The piece marks the acting debut of Pharrell Williams from the world celebrated musical group, The Neptunes (and N.E.R.D). The Ecology of Love also features Dania Ramirez (X-Men Last Stand and Fat Albert), and Kam Heskin (Catch Me If You Can).

Prior to that, Brin directed and co-wrote the award-winning Morning Breath: A Brooklyn Love Story which is currently airing on the Sundance Channel after premiering at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival and winning a Special Jury Prize. Morning Breath also won a Gold Hugo for Best Short at the 2002 Chicago International Film Festival.

While earning his MFA at New York University's Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film and Television, Hill produced, wrote and directed four award-winning short films. Hill received his BFA from UCLA's undergraduate School of Film & Television, where he accepted the school's highest honor: The Spotlight Award for Excellence in Filmmaking, and was awarded a prestigious UCLA Alumni scholarship for his work as a director.

Brin has written and/or directed projects for Sean P. Diddy Combs, Miramax Films, Dimension Films, HBO, ESPN, Warner Brothers, Intel, and the History Channel among other venues. He is currently piecing together several feature projects.

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