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In addition to Milk, Barbara Hall has been executive producer on Terry Zwigoff’s Art School Confidential, George Clooney’s Leatherheads, and Andrew Jarecki’s upcoming All Good Things.
She earlier co-produced Mr. Clooney’s award-winning Good Night, and Good Luck., as well as Jessie Nelson’s i am sam, for which Milk star Sean Penn was an Oscar nominee; and Zach Helm’s Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium.
For over a decade, Ms. Hall has worked in features in all production capacities. She was line producer on such films as Terry Zwigoff’s Ghost World, Robert Downey Sr.’s Hugo Pool, Kevin Spacey’s Albino Alligator, and Taylor Hackford’s Academy Award-winning Ray;
Prior to producing, she was a unit production manager, and worked on Robert Altman’s Cookie’s Fortune, Don Roos’ Bounce, and the Oscar-winning The Cider House Rules (directed by Lasse Hallström) and What Dreams May Come (directed by Vincent Ward).
Ms. Hall began her career as a production manager and associate producer for PBS projects (at Philadelphia affiliate WHYY-TV) as well as commercials and industrial films. She also had a stint at HBO Pictures as a production consultant for the physical production department.