Tomm Moore

Tomm Moore

Highest Rated: 99% Wolfwalkers (2020)

Lowest Rated: 90% The Secret of Kells (2009)

Birthday: Jan 7, 1977

Birthplace: Newry, Northern Ireland, UK

Artist and animator Tomm Moore imbued his work with the history and mythology of his native Ireland, which lent a timeless, magical quality to his Oscar-nominated films "The Secret of Kells" (2010) and "The Song of the Sea." Moore began his career in comics, illustrating the story of his country's patron saint, St. Patrick, for teenaged readers before branching into animation for film and television through Cartoon Saloon, a company he co-founded with several school friends. French producer Didier Brunner backed their first feature-length effort, "The Secret of Kells," which featured stunning hand-drawn animation instead of computer generated imagery; the film was a critical success across the globe and led to Moore's second animated feature, "The Song of the Sea." The 2014 feature earned Moore his second Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature, and cemented his status as a potent creative force in the animation industry.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
99% 98% Wolfwalkers Director,
Producer,
Art Director
- 2020
95% 87% The Breadwinner Producer $302.9K 2017
99% 92% Song of the Sea Director,
Producer
$850.0K 2014
90% 85% The Secret of Kells Director,
Producer
$686.4K 2009

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Puffin Rock Creator 2015-2016 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Last Call With Carson Daly Guest 2015