Nathaniel Thomas McGill has a passion for bringing captivating and important issues to life through informative and entertaining cinema. Nathaniel comes from a family of generational manufacturers. As mechanics and assembly line workers, layoffs, transplants and plant closures impacted his immediate family in the 1980s, 1990s, and early 2000s. Nathaniel did not follow in the family tradition and instead graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Film in 2004 and has completed coursework at Spalding University in screenwriting. He has been producing primarily documentary films with Life Is My Movie Entertainment since 2006; He co-produced Life Is My Movie Entertainment’s hard-hitting documentary An Inconvenient Tax. Having a deep connection to the topic of manufacturing, Nathaniel wanted to craft a film that could explore the nation’s relationship with manufacturing both historically and presently, which led him to join Vincent Vittorio in producing and directing American Made Movie. Nathaniel currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Christy and daughter Katelynn.
Projects worked on: An Inconvenient Tax, American Made Movie, Pez Heads