Other Roles: Director, Producer, Editor
Areas of Focus: Documentaries, Feature Films
Organization: Digital Eyes Film
PJ Moynihan grew up in Holyoke, Massachusetts and graduated from Columbia University in 2002. He is owner of Digital Eyes Film, a full services independent production company specializing in social impact media, feature films, and DIY distribution. Moynihan takes great pride in bringing a diverse range of skill sets to the table on both the production and distribution side of the media/entertainment business.
HEALING VOICES (2016)
HEALING VOICES is a social action documentary that is changing the conversation about mental illness. The movie explores the experience commonly labeled as ‘psychosis’ through real-life stories, and features interviews with notable international experts on the history of psychiatric treatment and the rise of the ‘medical model’ of mental health care.
The film originally premiered in 130+ communities via grass roots screenings produced by local groups and organizations in eight countries, which were followed by town hall style dialogues which asked: What are we talking about, when we talk about ‘mental illness’? HEALING VOICES continues to make a measurable social impact by engaging audiences to ‘rethink madness’ and change our cultural conversation about mental health.
From the executive producer of ‘Bull Durham’ and ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ comes SPACEMAN, the mostly-true story of former all-star MLB pitcher Bill ‘Spaceman’ Lee. In the twilight of a long career as one of baseball’s all-time great eccentrics, Lee (Josh Duhamel) is cut from the Montreal Expos in 1982. Though Lee finds himself blackballed by the rest of the league for his outspoken politics (his views being “somewhere to left of Che Guevara”) and notoriously enthusiastic drug use, he refuses to quit the game. As of 2016, he still hasn’t.
Starring: Josh Duhamel, Ernie Hudson and W. Earl Brown