PRODUCER - Moritz Polter
Moritz Polter is a German Producer with Tandem Communications. He is currently producing Labyrinth the two- part adaptation of Kate Mosse's acclaimed novel staring John Hurt, Tom Felton and Sebastian Stan.
Further Producer credits include The Lost Future starring Sean Bean and Sam Claflin and Treasure Guards starring Anna Friel and Raoul Bova.
Other projects on which he worked in various positions include the Emmy® award winning The Pillars of the Earth based on the historical novel by Ken Follett and Leo award winning Impact.
CREATIVE PRODUCER - Christopher Hall
Christopher Hall worked as a freelance Assistant Director for many years working on feature films such as Defence of the Realm, The Fourth Protocol, Paris by Night and American Friends, and on television productions such as Porterhouse Blue and Inspector Morse. Later as a Line Producer, he supervised over 100 hours of TV drama on such titles as Poirot, London’s Burning, Anna Lee, The Fragile Heart and Bugs.
For the past fifteen years he has been a freelance drama producer and produced The Final Passage (cinematography Bafta), Aristocrats, Other People’s Children and Blue Murder. He specialised in Christmas dramas for BBC 1 producing titles such as the Emmy nominated The Lost World, The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Young Visitors (music Bafta) and Pride. He produced the thriller Archangel STARRING DANIEL CRAIG, and ten two-part films for the Trial and Retribution and Commander titles for Lynda La Plante.
In 2007 he joined Kudos as an Executive Producer, producing the mini-series Burn Up and executive producing the second series of The Fixer. During 2009 he moved to Power television where he produced the post production on the $22 million budget disaster movie Ice. Since then he has produced the Olivia Williams title Case Sensitive for Hattrick PRODUCTIONS and Ronan Benett’s Hidden starring Phil Glennister for Origin and BBC1. Labyrinth marks his first outing with Scott Free and Tandem Communications.
Chris is the son of Oscar® nominated actress and dancer Leslie Caron and legendary, multi award-winning theatre director Sir Peter Hall.