George Tillman Jr.

director, producer

director, producer of "The Hate U Give'.

George Tillman Jr. on KCRW

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The new movie ‘ The Hate U Give ’--based on Angie Thomas’s young adult novel of the same name--tells the story of Starr Carter, a smart, sneaker-loving 16-year-old who lives in a…

George Tillman Jr. on ‘The Hate U Give’

The new movie ‘ The Hate U Give ’--based on Angie Thomas’s young adult novel of the same name--tells the story of Starr Carter, a smart, sneaker-loving 16-year-old who lives in a…

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