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Artist, Visionary, Filmmaker
- Michael J Lasky
Hall was a pioneer in filmmaking as he fought the tide on most every venture into the untold. The first producer, director to have the courage to star a black man in Hollywood. The studios fought him but he prevailed upstaging the great Alan Ladd, with Sidney Poitier in "All the Young Men". Hall's film about the plight of America's native peoples was conveyed in his film, "Navajo". Oscar nominated, this film was admitted into the Smithsonian (Modern Art). Critic's may say what they might, but Bartlett's films have received ten Best Picture and Best director awards at international film festivals, thirteen Academy Award nominations, eight Hollywood Foreign Press Golden Globe Awards, five Grammy Awards and more than seventy-five national and international awards from publications and organizations. Three of Bartlett's films, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, The Children of Sanchez and The search of Zubin Mehta are regarded as screen classics.