Graham Moore describes his childhood as being quite "techie." You can't attend a computer camp without being associated with a certain degree of nerdiness. Over time, Moore found himself so intrigued with the life of pioneering computer scientist, Alan Turing, that he wrote the screenplay "The Imitation Game."
"Both Turing's work and his personal life intrigued me deeply," Moore says. "I grew up knowing about Turing and was surprised more people didn't know his story. I could not figure out how come no one had told his story."