Award-winning writer and director for theatre and film
Dan Daniel is an award-winning writer and director for both theatre and film. His short film, The Face of Chance (2015) was accepted into six international film festivals and won the audience award at one. His short, Web (2018) won the Best Short Film Award at the KCLSU Film Festival whilst his most recent film Sauce (2020) has just been released and will be circulating festivals. His theatre work includes the first stage adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s short story, Nevsky Prospekt and The Knot, both of which received fantastic reviews from audiences and critics alike.
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Other posts by Dan Daniel
Jewish tradition and a young woman's licentious lifestyle collide in this hilarious comedy set in New York - available now on Mubi [Read More...]
Israeli drama directed by a young woman investigates a very unusual and tragic mother-daughter relationship - from the UK Jewish Film Festival; and Curzon Home Cinema [Read More...]
The dazzling colours of British-Pakistani rap
The American-Pakistani director of Mogul Mowgli talks about his second feature film, the story of a rapper having grapple with a very unexpected enemy within [Read More...]
British-Pakistani rapper on the cusp of a career breakthrough has to grapple with a very powerful and unexpected enemy within - on VoD on Friday, November 6th [Read More...]
Schizophrenia is portrayed in a dazzling variety of colours, in a peculiar movie starring a sterling Sally Hawkins - in cinemas Friday, October 2nd [Read More...]
Dunkirk is dirtier than 1917
Our writer Dan Daniel argues that Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk is a far more compelling and effective than Sam Mendes's instant anti-war classic 1917. Here's why! [Read More...]
Texan Copper pays a heartfelt yet awkward tribute to his mother during her funeral, unbeknownst to others that his life is collapsing in more ways than one - now available on VoD [Read More...]
The Favourite has Barry Lyndon written all over it
Yorgos Lanthimos's latest film was heavily influenced by Stanley Kubrick's often overlooked masterpiece, which has inspired a number of period dramas in the past 40 years, argues young writer and director Dan Daniel [Read More...]