PJ Moynihan – Long Bio


EMMY-nominated Producer PJ Moynihan graduated from Columbia University in 2002 and founded Digital Eyes Film in 2003. His first documentary “Fight Town: Sport and the Growth of an Urban Community” (2004) broadcast on WGBY-PBS. “Eye on the Dream” (2007), a ten-part documentary series about amateur baseball which Moynihan Produced and Directed, was presented by Verizon and broadcast nationally on Comcast Sports Network. During 2009, he was a co-creator and Producer of “Reel Hardball” a collection of documentaries which were the first independent films selected to premiere on Major League Baseball Network. In 2011 Moynihan co-Produced “Football Freakonomics” for the NFL Network, which received an EMMY nomination for “Outstanding New Approach in Sports Programming”. He recently completed his first feature-length documentary, “Salmonboy” (2012), which chronicles a father’s transformative journey in response to the passing of his first-born son. Moynihan has spent the past several years immersed in the world of alternatives to mainstream psychiatry, working with groups and organizations dedicated to changing the current paradigm of care, and is the Producer and Director of a documentary feature currently in production, entitled “Healing Voices.”