Brin Hill - Director
Brin Hill is one of the hottest young directors in the business. His feature debut, Ball Don't Lie is currently in production. Next, he is slated to direct his own script White Hot with Ludacris in the lead role. He recently rewrote The Spirits Of St. Louis , an ABA film, for HBO and is attached to direct the big screen version of George Pelecanos' cult novel King Suckerman .
Brin's highly-praised short films include The Ecology of Love , which marks the acting debut of Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes. The piece was commissioned by Details and Visa as the indie answer to the BMW Films series and is available on DVD. His Morning Breath: A Brooklyn Love Story is airing on the Sundance Channel after winning a Special Jury Prize at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival and a Gold Hugo for Best Short at the 2002 Chicago International Film Festival among other awards.
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's work with Mighty includes the Myers Media Award winning short film, Sapphire Crush which he wrote and directed. Hill also wrote and directed a series of comedic vignettes promoting the film Wedding Crashers . Additionally, Brin wrote and directed a corporate video for technology giant Intel and was a writer on The Numbers Racket, a 90-minute documentary special for the History Channel.
Brin has written and/or directed projects for Sean P. Diddy Combs , Miramax Films , Dimension Films , HBO , ESPN , AND 1, Bombay Gin , Jean Paul Da'mage Jeans , Hoops-TV.com , Warner Brothers , Intel , MTV , and the History Channel among others.
Brin is represented by Charles King at the William Morris Agency.