Stefan Moore: Producer/Director/Writer
Stefan Moore has worked as a producer/director and an executive producer of documentaries in the U.S., Britain and Australia. His documentaries have received four Emmys and numerous other awards. Recently, Stefan’s feature documentary, Tyke Elephant Outlaw has screened at a number of prestigious international film festivals and has been acquired by broadcasters worldwide including Neflix. Other films he has recently produced and directed include Honeybee Blues (2009) which received the Sydney Morning Herald TV Critics award for the best Australian documentary of the year, The Cars That Ate China (2008) which was nominated for a Dendy award at the Sydney Film Festival, the National Geographic special Race Against the Killer Flu (2007), and Mysteries of the Human Voice for ARTE (France) and SBS (Australia).
From 2001 to 2005, Stefan was the Executive Producer of Science at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation where he oversaw the production of a wide range of critically acclaimed programs and series including the prime-time, weekly science magazine show Catalyst. Prior to that, he was Executive Producer for Film Australia, where he commissioned award winning films and series for television and theatrical release including the feature documentaries Cunnamulla, The Diplomat and Facing the Music.
Previously, Stefan worked in Britain and the US where as the co-director of TVG productions in New York City he produced and directed independent films for public and commercial television. In New York, he was also a producer for CBS news on the prime time current affairs series 48 Hours.
Stefan's documentaries include the critically acclaimed eight-part series The Trouble With Medicine, produced for PBS, BBC and ABC (Australia); the PBS three-hour series America on Wheels; the ABC series Under the Hammer and The Gamblers; the PBS Emmy award winning documentary Presumed Innocent about pre-trial detention inside New York's Rikers Island; Trouble on Fashion Avenue about organized crime inside New York's garment industry; No Sex, No Violence, No News about the arrival of satellite television in China; and The Irish Tapes (1974) which is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art.