Garry Moore was born in Sunderland in northeast England. He began his film making career in 2004 when he attended Brighton Film School where he directed his first short, 'Dear John...'. He then attended Cleveland College of Art and Design's Film School before completing a Masters degree in Film at The University of Sunderland. He completed 40 short film, winning multiple awards at film festivals worldwide. His multi award winning short 'No Honour, No Choice' about forced marriage, won him a best film award as well as a best actress award for it's star, Bend it like Beckham's 'Pooja Shah' and was invited to screen at a United Nations conference in Mumbai, India in 2011. Since then he has spent this time writing and developing a number of scripts. From this came his first feature, a thriller called 'Melanie's Grave', made via Melgrave Films, which is set for release in 2017. He is developing a number of other scripts with other companies and producers.
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