The Long Road to ‘The Imitation Game’

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Former sitcom writer and novelist Graham Moore and Norwegian director Morten Tyldum may seem like an unlikely pair to be behind The Imitation Game, a movie about a British mathematician in World War II. They were brought together by an independent producer who snatched up the script after it languished at a studio for a year. Now, their indie about Alan Turing is up for eight Academy Awards, including best picture, best director and best screenplay.

Banner Image: Benedict Cumberbatch and Director Morten Tyldum on set of The Imitation Game; Credit: Jack English courtesy of Black Bear Pictures



Kaitlin Parker