JAMESON HALL'S

JAMESON HALL’S

SCREENPLAYS AND TV PILOTS:

CARMAH – CHENANGO – THE PRINCE OF NOWHERE – BETA PATROL

NOVELS:

THE HUMANIX OF ARTH – INFINITE JIM – 1991

SHORT FILMS:

WHEN IT'S YOUR TIME, IT'S YOUR TIME – CAN OF WHOOP ASS – HOUSE TOUR WITH DOLLY

JAMESON HALL BIO


Jameson grew up in the same town that Rod Serling did. Rod was a very positive role model for him to have while everything else in Binghamton, NY faded to rust and dust before his eyes. As a teen, he played in punk bands and made experimental films, and when he was done with school he moved to NYC. He played GBGB’s and all over the city with The Insensibles, and worked as a production assistant on a number of very good and terrible major motion pictures. One fall day in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Jameson abandoned playing in bands for good, and turned to writing novels and film scripts, something he always wanted to do, but couldn’t figure out how to start. He began by writing a sci fi novel called The Dark Machine on a typewriter, and soon realized it was just the first small step of a massive journey. When the time was right, Jameson left the city and started a family in Ithaca, NY, where he worked in publishing and software and did some acting. It was in Ithaca that he wrote a million words and then kept on going. Jameson started making short films three years ago, and his next step will be to try to raise enough money to finance making a feature out of the script Chenango.