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Adam Moses

Director, Producer, Actor

Directing and Producing Reel

Adam Moses, born and raised in Los Angeles as an Orthodox Jew, is a filmmaker who creates stories that align with his beliefs and passions. With his unique perspective, and his knack for action, Adam's goal is to make films that both entertain and enlighten. 

His journey as a filmmaker has always stemmed from connection . His first short film, "Katana" (Best Action Short and Best Choreography at Action on Film Festival), was a labor of love with his brothers, all who had no prior experience as filmmakers.

Adam's next short "One for All"  was made because he and his friends from acting class wanted to create something exciting and action packed.

"A Siren's Call" (Official selection at Oscar qualifying Flickers’ Rhode Island Film Festival & Winner at San Francisco Arthouse Short Festival) came about purely over the love of "pirates and sword fights" with his collaborators. "34902" (Semi Finalist at Oscar qualifying Flickers’ Rhode Island Film Festival and winner at Las Vegas Film Festival and IndieFest), a surreal short about a Nazi and a Jew in Auschwitz, was shot entirely in his parent's garage.

His latest work as a director just entering the festival circuit as a TV pilot, "Dangerous" (screenplay winner of the Screencraft Action and Adventure Competition), is a collaboration between best of friends. 

As a freelance artist working in the industry for over 6 years, Adam has directed, produced, and shot content across a range of genres and markets. His work also includes several short films, dozens of pieces of commercial content for small businesses, a handful of music videos, and a short documentary.

Adam's next goal is to direct a feature film.

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Trailer for Dangerous
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