Paul Moran is a Scottish creative producer living in Northwest Tasmania. After graduating with BA(Hons) in Filmmaking & Screenwriting Paul found soon found himself settling on the other side of the planet, bringing a Scottish sensibility to Tasmania where he found a palpable resonance with his homeland.
Having produced several internationally screened and award-winning short films, Paul became a recipient of Screen Australia Enterprise funding, securing a placement at Blue Rocket Productions to be mentored as a creative producer. Since then Paul has worked as an associate producer on children’s animated series, Dumbotz, for Nine Network and has produced a short documentary, Sidelines, for SBS and an animated web-series, Moments of Clarity.
Most recently Paul produced KEEKO, an educational children’s animated interstitial series for ABC and is currently developing several projects for various platforms. Paul currently serves as a board member for Wide Angle Tasmania and has been selected as one of Screen Producers Australia’s “Ones to Watch.”
As a gregarious lover of people, places and the stories that lie intertwined within them, Paul actively seeks to combine his child-like curiosity and open view of the world with his imperative for telling screen stories.
Production Runner in small crew on 4x1hr Ob Doc, Keeping Australia Safe, ABC
Producer/Production Runner on "Into The Waves" Feature Film
Video Editor for 65x30min food and travel series, Food Lab by Ben Milbourne, SBS & other duties within company.
Associate producer on 52x11 kids animated series, Dumbotz, Nine Network.
Writer, episode 19 'The Great Clone Disaster'
Producer for short documentary, Sidelines, SBS
Producer for short-form animated series, Moments of Clarity
Producer, children's education animated interstitials for ABC, KEEKO
Animatic Editor for LittleJ & Big Cuz Series 03, 14x12 min episodes for ABC, SBS & NITV