Das erste internationale

Expertensymposium im 3D Bereich.

3D-Symposium 2012 3D-Festival 2011
"Move on Up!"
Paul Moody

"Move on Up!" is a 3D creative feature length documentary about teams battling through to the Paralympics and people overcoming severe disabilities. It is co-produced between myself and HfG in Karlsruhe. I will talk about the realities of filming with twin Alexa cameras and the Swiss stereo rig, and the motivations for choosing 3D and I will illustrate the talk with clips from the work in progress.

Curriculum Vitae

Paul has worked for twenty-five years in film and television mainly as director, writer, producer, executive producer/fund manager, and production manager. After seven highly successful years at the National Film & Television School he is now concentrating on producing, writing and directing. He has recently completed his debut novel and is developing several other ideas for novels and scripts for major feature films and television series. Above all he aims to help realise great stories that will reach large audiences worldwide. His aim is to work at the international level with the best people around.

As producer-director his current film project is “Dr Guttmann’s Paralympics” a 3D, feature-length creative documentary in production in the UK, Spain and Germany with funding from Karlsruhe Institute of the Arts and Screen South.

As producer he is involved with Anglo-Iranian directorTina Gharavi’s feature debut “I Am Nasrine”, some of which was filmed secretly in Iran.

In late 2011 he directed and produced “Europe Loves Cinema” 12 interviews with
leading directors and producers such as Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Mike Leigh, Ken Loach,
Alison Owen, Michael Radford, Rebecca O’Brien, Jeremy Thomas, Wim Wenders,
Michael Winterbottom, and Stephen Woolley. (www.mediadeskeu.uk)

Paul has worked in production on feature films such as “Schindler’s List” (Universal) and “Gabriel & Me” (Samuelson Productions). He has directed and produced several full length documentaries e.g. “The Underground Camera” (60 min for ARTE, ARD and NCRV) “Too Much Too Young” (30 min) for the BBC, “Tiny Lives” (30 min) and “Artblast!” (15 x 3 min & 1 x 30 min) for ITV. He has produced two half-hour dramas “Sweet Dreams” and “Reps” for ITV as well as a wide range of short fiction and arts films. He was field producer on three US Discovery Channel historical/archaeological documentaries “Letters From the Roman Front”; “The Curse of the Rat” and “The Crusades” which involved documentary, green-screen and reconstruction filming.

He has filmed widely in Europe and in the USA and has worked with Oscar nominated DOP Pawel Edelman (“The Pianist”, “Ray”) in Poland, while Neil Marshall (“Dog Soldiers”, “The Descent”, “Doomsday”, “Centurion”) edited many of Paul’s Newcastle based projects.