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Paul Hart-Wilden

Studio City, California

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Director, Producer, Line Producer, 2nd Unit Director, Assistant Director and UPM - bring to the table 20+ years production experience - primarily in feature films.

I've directed for Spike TV's "1,000 Ways to Die" as well as having directed feature films, short films, music videos and directed 2nd Unit on TV and films including Spike TV's 'Surviving Disaster' and the movie 'Wolf Town'.

I have worked as 1st Assistant Director on over 30 feature films. I also have experience in television (including 40+ episodes of “1,000 Ways to Die” for Spike TV), music videos and commercials.

I have worked on location from the streets of London and Los Angeles to the deserts of Mexico and the jungles of Panama. I’ve worked on boats, in caves, in prison and at Disneyland.

I'm experienced working with stunts, special effects, weapons (firearms, pyro, air mortars, etc.) and fight choreography (martial arts, etc).

I have worked with children (from under 6 months of age to groups of more than 20) and am well versed in the rules and regulations involved.

I’m experienced working with animals including elephants, wolves, cats, dogs, frogs, etc. and have a good working relationship with the American Humane Society.

I have experience working with foreign language crews; Spanish, French, Welsh.

I have worked on all sizes of production - from small casts/crews to productions with 100+ on set.

I've written four produced feature films "WOLF TOWN", "ALONE", "SKINNER" and "LIVING DOLL". I can handle actors and run a set. I have an extensive resume as a Line Producer, Producer and 1st Assistant Director - so I can bring a lot of skills to the table that will be of great use.

Here is a link to some of my work.
http://www.youtube.com/user/monkeyfarminc?feature=mhee

http://vimeo.com/monkeyfarm/albums

My credits on the imdb can be accessed thru the links below.

imdb link: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0366594/
imdb pro link: http://pro.imdb.com/name/nm0366594/

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