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Paul Kirby is known for his work on The Fifth Element (1997), Batman Begins (2005) and Munich (2005). See full bio »
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 2010 Green Zone (production designer: additional photography)
 2005 Munich (assistant art director: Malta - as Paul Kirkby)
 2005 Doom (helicopter art director)
 2002 Die Another Day (assistant art director)
 2002 The Four Feathers (art director: UK)
 2001 Band of Brothers (TV Mini-Series) (draughtsman - 2 episodes)
- Points (2001) ... (draughtsman)
- Currahee (2001) ... (draughtsman)
 1998 Merlin (TV Mini-Series) (draughtsman)
 1997 Tomorrow Never Dies (draughtsman)
 1997 The Odyssey (TV Series) (standby art director)
 1997 The Fifth Element (assistant art director) / (draughtsperson)
 1997 Rebecca (TV Mini-Series) (assistant art director)
 1996 The Secret Agent (draughtsman)
 1996 Mary Reilly (junior draughtsman)
 1995 GoldenEye (junior draughtsman - uncredited)
 1993 Shadowlands (junior draughtsman)
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Graduated in Production Design at the National Film and Television School in London.

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