Harold Jackson III
Harold produced, wrote, directed, shot and edited his first feature film “Seemless” in 2007. "Seemless" went on to be an Official Selection of the Hollywood Black Film Festival and the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival. Harold’s first effort was followed by the critically acclaimed, feature length documentary “BURN: The Evolution Of An American City”. “BURN” won Best Documentary at the Hollywood Black Film Festival and Arizona Black Film Showcase. He followed that with his 4th and most personal film, “The Gift”. “The Gift” is the poignant story of a married couple on the brink of divorce and the spiritual ties that bind them. And "Under The Bourbon Moon", reminiscent of 80's classics like "Breakfast Club" and "Diner", a lovely film about a group of friends and the secrets, drama and love that keeps them.
Harold is a EMMY Nominated Producer and recent winner of the EMERGING FILMMAKER award at NCBFF. Up next is the powerful documentary film “Toy Soldier”, an uncompromising look at returning Iraq and Afghanistan veterans with combat induced psychological issues and how their story effects us all. And, "Last Night" (ABFF BEST SCREENPLAY Winner) a romantic drama about how a model's last night in DC turns from uneventful into an unexpected love triangle. And the mini-series "Counselor".
Harold is currently based in Washington DC.