Paul Currie was born in Melbourne, Australia. He and his family resided in the city for all of his childhood. He attended the Melbourne Institute of Technology and graduated with a degree in Applied Science, with majors in Drama and Marketing. At age 21, he entered the Australian film industry, working on a number of projects before earning his first producer credit on UNDER THE GUN staring Richard Norton. After directing theater and training actors for a number of years in 1999, Currie made his directorial debut with the award-winning LIONHEART: THE JESSE MARTIN STORY. Read more... won the 2004 Australian Screen Directors' Association Award for Best Debut Film. In 2006, Currie came to America and formed Lightstream Pictures, a commercial film production company with a focus on producing quality commercial projects. The company has produced RAMPART starring Woody Harrelson and MAX ROSE staring Jerry Lewis, and is currently in pre-production on THE MOON AND THE SUN and 2:22.