And The Winner Isn’t is a satirical documentary charting Roger Moore’s son Geoffrey Moore and his daughter Ambra’s journey through Hollywood, as the pair track down celebrities and industry insiders in their bid to find out what it takes to become an Academy Award winner.
And the Winner Isn't
Geoffrey Moore is a British actor, producer and singer. He is the eldest son of the late James Bond actor, Sir Roger Moore. Geoffrey made his acting debut alongside his father and John Huston in “Sherlock Holmes in New York” (1976). Upon Geoffrey’s father’s death this year, it solidified his determination to continue his father’s philanthropic work towards UNICEF and promised Sir Roger that this project would be made and come to light to succeed. He is producing the satirical documentary which is due to be released in December 2017 and is dedicated to his late father. As a musician, he secured his first music recording artist deal with EMI working alongside Mike Rutherford of “Genesis” and with Warner Brothers where he too collaborated with Rick James, Tina Marie and Dudley Moore and many others.
Ambra Moore, is a British actress and producer. She is the eldest daughter of Geoffrey Moore and the granddaughter of Sir Roger Moore. Ambra is making her acting and producing debut alongside her father in “And The Winner Isn’t”.
Nik Panic is a screenwriter, director and producer. Nik started his career as a film runner in 1991, on NBC Production’s ‘Jewels’, a TV series, directed by Roger Young, and then worked as an assistant film (35mm) editor on Paramount Pictures’ ‘The Browning Version’, produced by Ridley Scott and directed by Mike Figgis. From the mid-90s to early 2000s, Nik worked with producer Garth Thomas on many features, including Phoenix Pictures’ ‘Swept From The Sea’ (aka ‘Amy Foster’) produced by Beeban Kidron / Tim Willocks and directed by Kidron. During this time he also worked for film and TV completions, a completion bond company set up by C4 and BBC, on projects including ‘Restoration’, directed by Michael Hoffman, which won two Oscars. Nik then completed his film education by working across all areas of production, including production supervisor (pre- and post), camera assistant, 1st AD, music supervisor, sound recordist, and cameraman. Nik’s extensive industry experience means he is now able to oversee projects, from concept to completion. He has several feature movie and TV series projects in development. “And The Winner Isn’t” is his first feature documentary.
Nigel Martinez holds the distinction of being the only producer/writer from England signed to Berry Gordy at Motown. He produced the remake of The Jackson 5 hit, “Dancin’ Machine” on the album “The Original Soul of Michael Jackson”. Nigel was the drummer for the British group The Real Thing, who had a string of number one hits. Throughout his prestigious career he has worked with Al Jarreau, Marvin Gaye, Norman Conners, Barry White, Heatwave, Hot Chocolate, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, Philip Bailey and Maurice White of Earth Wind & Fire. Along with recording his solo albums “Better Things To Come” and “So Good”, Nigel was a producer/writer on Billy Ocean’s albums “Nights Feel Like Gettin’ Down” and “Inner Feelings”.