Bryan Moses is a Director, Writer and Producer
Bryan Moses is a Sydney based director, writer, and producer working primarily in comedy and entertainment. He has completed his first Feature Film "The Tail Job" which premiered at the Slamdance film festival 2016. He is currently developing his second feature film, a true life adventure based on the book "Francis Birtles - Australian Adventurer"
Bryan is a five time finalist in Australia’s biggest short film festival Tropfest. His 80 dollar short film "Life in a Datsun" took out best comedy at Tropfest and the St Kilda film festival in 1999 and became a cult hit. His most recent Tropfest short film “The Mistake” has gone viral on good ol' youtube and currently has over 4 million views.
Bryan has written produced and directed for several TV shows, including cult comedy series “Double the Fist” which took out the AFI (Australian Film Institute) award for best comedy series in 2004. The second series of “Double the Fist” aired in September 2008 and was also nominated for an AFI award. Double the fist has sold to several countries including the UK, Canada, Spain, Norway, Sweeden, New Zealand, and the Ukraine.
Most recently Bryan wrote and directed sketches for ABC's "At Home Alone Together". He wrote and directed "The Big Day" a comedy web series developed for the ABC and Screen Australia's 'Fresh Blood' initiative. ABC2 Comedy series "Back Seat Drivers" and "Axis All Areas" a Screen Australia and YouTube Funded web series with the Axis of Awesome.
Bryan's other works include the futuristic racing game "Alternator" for the ABC and Screen Australia, comedy documentary “The Arecibo Message” for SBS, and was series producer of “Tropfest TV” with Blink TV also for SBS.
Bryan is a co-creator of Show Me The Movie, Channel 10's movie quiz show hosted by Rove. He is also a co-creator of SBS's slate of Eurovision projects. In 2017 and 2018 he produced the Eurovision Top 40 specials, and has been Producer Director of the commentary team, working with Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang and from 2017 Joel Creasy and Myf Warhurst. He also produced "The Eurovision Quiz Contest" and wrote "The Road to Eurovision with Julia Zemiro" and the Jessica Mauboy performance at the 2014 contest.
Bryan is always developing TV and Film projects, and enjoys collaboration.
Specialties: Writing, Directing, Producing.