Film Industry Role: Producer
Major Works: "Lone Star" (John Sayles, 1996), "Snow Angels" (David Gordon Green, 2007), "Prozac Nation" (Erik Skjoldbjærg, 2001)
Major Awards and Nominations: Independent Spirit Award Nominations
After studying at University College London and the National Film and Television School, the British producer first became a household name due to his production work on John Sayles’ “Lone Star” (1996), which earned him a nomination for the prestigious Independent Spirit Awards, as the film also made an impact in both the Oscar and Bafta award ceremonies. After his initial success, Paul took over as Head of Film Production at Crossroads Films, where he did production work in David Gordon Green’s masterful “Snow Angels” (2007).
He also produced the screen adaptation of Elizabeth Wurtzel’s bestselling novel “Prozac Nation” (2001). In addition to his film production success he has also been at the forefront of the film financing scene. He first worked as a film finance expert in the influential Doha Film Institute. Between 2012 and 2014 Miller he oversaw a $2.5M education training program, a $1m global grants fund and managed a $25M film financing fund.
More recently he set up a new consultancy firm based in the Netherlands called Internal Affairs. His new adventure was created to advise clients on everything from best practices to film financing for cinema and commercials. Adding to all of this wide range of experiences he is also a member of Ateliers du Cinéma Européen, (A.C.E.), the Director’s Guild of America and the Producer’s Guild of America.