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Paul Moreira
Paul Moreira (born 1961 near Lisbon, Portugal) is a French journalist and documentary filmmaker. He is based in Paris, France. He has directed several investigative documentaries in conflict zones, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Burma, Israel, Democratic Republic of Congo and Somalia.

Paul Moreira has contributed to the emergence of investigative journalism on French television. In 1999, in creating "90 Minutes" on Canal Plus, a European television network. The investigations of his team collected several prestigious French awards. Some of their films like the one about the murder disguised as the suicide of Judge Borrel contributed to reopen criminal investigations.

Following the success of the show and at the request of the management of Canal Plus, he created a weekly slot dedicated to investigative documentaries: Lundi Investigation. Award-winning movies were commissioned and broadcast. Like "Escadrons de la mort: l'école française" by Marie Monique Robin. This film got the award of the political documentary of "Audiovisual Club" of French Senate in 2003, best investigative film at FIGRA, the award of merit from Latin American Studies Association.

In 2006, Paul Moreira left Canal Plus to create an independent TV production company: Premieres Lignes (First Lines). Since then, he has been developing a line of investigative and comprehensive films on global issues. He works on assignment for various French channels: Canal Plus, Arte, France Televisions, La Chaine Parlementaire. His films have been broadcast in most European countries as well as Canada, India, Singapore, Australia, Japan, Russia...

In 2007, he published an essay on journalism, public relations, war reporting at the embeddment age and perception management.

Inside the Russian Info War Machine (2018) is his latest film.



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