Kenton Hall is an award-winning Canadian writer, director, musician and teacher, with numerous short and feature film credits to his name – both behind and in front of the camera. Kenton has also taught BTEC in Creative Media Production through Leicester College, lectures on film and filmmaking, and teaches The Art of Screenwriting here at Phoenix. He has played a variety of roles on stage and screen, from Les Miserables and Muppets Most Wanted to 4th Floor of Singapore and Father to Fall. In 2015, he wrote, directed and co-starred in the feature film A Dozen Summers, saw the opening of his first full-length play The Public Interest in May 2018 and will be releasing his first work of non-fiction, Bisection, in 2019.
Kenton can brood on a moor with the best of them.