Date of Birth : Apr 21, 1949
Curt Hahn is a filmmaker and entrepreneur best known for his feature films No Regrets and Deadline. Hahn is a pioneer of intelligent independent filmmaking who works outside the Hollywood studio system.
Hahn grew up in New England and discovered architecture at Phillips Exeter Academy, enrolling in architecture school at Washington University in St. Louis. Filmmaking was his other passion and in 1970 he attended UCLA's summer session in film production. He never went back to architecture school, staying in Los Angeles to attend film school at the new Disney-endowed California Institute of the Arts. After getting his BFA in Film from Cal Arts in 1972 he worked as director of the film department for WTVI-TV, a PBS station, and as a director for Walter J. Klein Company, Ltd., a national film production company. In 1976 he moved to Nashville and founded Film House.