Born in Zimbabwe in 1994, before immigrating to Australia in 2009, Paul’s style of filmmaking is informed by the relationships he has made during his time in Australia. Many of his films are characterised by analogical situations, human limitations and themes of belonging. His first films Good Morning Tele & Pink Velvet (Prize winner - Living in Harmony Festival 2016) feature his own younger siblings; an experience which he recalls as unbridled chaos, with a camera and tripod. This level of playfulness and intimacy continues to be a mainstay value during Paul’s productions. Connections made between the young director and his subjects shine through on screen in his newest film The Celluloid Domain, a film allows viewers a strong impression of the diverse characters who inhabit the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and it's profound curator of film, Robert Herbert.