Adam Hall is the award-winning filmmaker of "Sudden Death!", "Anniversary" and "A Mild Case of Death." Adam was raised in the Ozark mountains by rabid wolverines before getting his Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Carson-Newman College. After interning for a summer at the US Capitol, Adam decided to leave the corrupt world of politics for a simpler, more innocent life in Hollywood. After a short stop in Virginia, where he met his lovely wife Melanie, he moved to Los Angeles, where he was accepted into the graduate film production program at the University of Southern California. Adam's USC thesis film, "Sudden Death!" played in over 80 film festivals and won 50 awards.