FOUNDERS

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Annette C. Hull

Annette C. Hull is a managing partner of AnnWar Productions, a Las Vegas, Nevada-based LLC, where she develops and oversees the company's crowd-funding platforms and marketing strategies.  

Before entering the film industry, Annette obtained her undergraduate degree from California State University, San Bernardino, and her graduate degree from the University of Redlands, after which she embarked on a 20-year career as an educator and sports medicine practitioner.  

Annette has been involved in a series of business ventures; the most notable was her ownership of a regional sports franchise, the Tri-Cities Rattlers Football organization, in Kennewick, Washington. Annette's ability to develop relationships with community leaders, business owners, and community members was instrumental in establishing the Tri-Cities franchise and the Inland Northwest Football League. In 2004, as the General Manager of the Rattler franchise, she had complete oversight of the organization's day-to-day operations, brand development, and team and league marketing and publicity. In addition, her relationship with the local media helped facilitate the negotiation of a regional radio and television broadcasting and distribution package for the Rattlers and the league, the first of its kind for a minor league sports conference. 

A successful documentary filmmaker, Annette has produced several historical feature-length documentaries, including A Band to Honor — The Story of the USS Arizona Band, From USS Arizona Survivor to Unsung American Hero — The Lou Conter Story, and The Man in the Middle, the story of Mike Webster, a 17-year veteran of the National Football League and Hall of Fame football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers who became "patient zero" for the discovery of the chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). 

In 2015, AnnWar Productions launched the Las Vegas International Film and Screenwriting Festival. The venture's goal is to provide a forum for talented filmmakers to be recognized for their work, creativity, and achievement. Annette serves as the Festival Director.   

Annette holds a certificate in producing from the University of California at Los Angeles.  

Warren R. Hull

Warren R. Hull is a managing partner of AnnWar Productions a Las Vegas, Nevada-based LLC. Warren works with the company’s development of new projects and public relationships programs. 

Before entering the film industry, Warren obtained his undergraduate degree from California State University Fullerton and his graduate degree from Adams State College, after which he embarked on a 25-year career as an educator, coach, and athletic administrator.  

Warren is an award-winning screenplay writer and author of three non-fiction books. Warren is a leading authority on early Los Angeles politics and organized crime during the 1920s through the 1940s, the development of Las Vegas, the life of famed billionaire Howard Hughes and the 1947 murder of gangster Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel. Warren's screenplays have taken top honors at several film festivals and screenwriting competitions around the world. 

A successful documentary filmmaker, Warren has produced several historical feature-length documentaries, including A Band to Honor — The Story of the USS Arizona Band, From USS Arizona Survivor to Unsung American Hero — The Lou Conter Story, and The Man in the Middle, the story of Mike Webster, a 17-year veteran of the National Football League and Hall of Fame football player for the Pittsburgh Steelers who became "patient zero" for the discovery of the chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). 

In 2015, AnnWar Productions launched the Las Vegas International Film and Screenwriting Festival. The venture's goal is to provide a forum for talented filmmakers to be recognized for their work, creativity, and achievement. Warren serves as the Assistant Festival Director.

  

Warren holds a certificate in feature film writing from the University of California at Los Angeles.