Heather Hale -- Television and Film

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Heather Hale got on the Hollywood map in 2000 when The Courage to Love, the $5.5 million dollar Lifetime Original Movie starring Vanessa Williams, Diahann Carroll, Gil Bellows and Stacy Keach (now available on DVD), was produced off her spec screenplay, Quadroon Ball. Since then, she's written and/or produced 45-hours of award-winning television including The Evidence, a news magazine docudrama series (along the lines of What the Bleep Do We Know?) that won "Best New Series Pilot” at the 2001 WorldFest Houston International Film Festival and Lifestyle Magazine, a holistic health talk show hosted by Clifton Davis (Amen, Any Given Sunday), that won two Tellys and a Gold Award from the 2001 WorldFest Houston. Prior to that, Heather was on the writing staff of two PBS edutainment series: Psychology: The Human Experience, which won an Emmy Award for Best Instructional Series, a Bronze Telly Award, The Videographer Awards, International Film & Video and an Aegis Award of Excellence and Dollar$ & Sense: Personal Finance for the 21st Century which won an Emmy Award for Best Instructional Series and an Aegis Award of Excellence. www.HeatherHale.com Heather served as the Director of Event Programming for the National Association of Television Program Executives which included producing NATPE '05 which attracted an estimated 8,000 attendees to the Mandalay Bay Resorts in Las Vegas to hear the over 200 speakers including Ted Turner, Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, and the CEOs and Presidents of virtually every major network, cable, and satellite station as well as converging digital technologies (AOL, Yahoo! TV, Microsoft, Verizon, etc.). Heather also programmed NATPE' 2004 TV Producers' Boot Camp. www.HeatherHale.com

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