Brian Neil Hoff is a screenwriter, producer and director who got his start in the film business working on an HBO movie called White Mile in 1994 with Alan Alda and Peter Gallagar. Since then he has worked in the film industry producing and developing indie sci-fi, thriller and animated feature film projects. In 2008 he completed his first animated short film titled “Automaton” and won best sci-fi short at the California International Film Festival. Since then he has gone on to produce several independent films including casting Oscar winner Ernest Borgnine in a voice role and Al Pacino's sister Josette Pacino in a thriller. Brian Neil Hoff is also the producer and director of the 3D animated feature film project “Secret Agent 00K9” currently in development.
In 2012 Brian helped to create a two year independent filmmaking program at WIT in Sioux City Iowa and recently held two classes at the Art Institute at Palm Springs High School on animation and hopes to encourage kids to be creative. Brian has always loved helping others and for 12 years has produced several fundraising events designed to raise money to help those in need.
Brian Neil Hoff appeared on the Oprah show in 2010 for a special show titled 200 Men. Brian was invited to fly to Chicago and join other men from around the world to share their stories of childhood abuse and the difficult journey to recovery. Brian attended a retreat with the Male Survivor and shortly after felt inspired to write the screenplay about his life with longtime friend and fellow screenwriter Halle Eavelyn.
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