Daniel Klein

Assistant Professor //
School of Cinematic Arts
Daniel Klein

Bio and Research Information

Daniel Klein received his BFA from NYU where he wrote and directed celebrated short films “Bar Mitzvah Royale” and “The Actor and The Agent”. At DePaul, Klein created the Digital Cinema Collaborative, one of the largest student organizations in the University. Klein contributed to and helped found the MFA in Screenwriting, the Visiting Artist Series and the LA Quarter Program. Klein’s filmography includes the micro-budget feature “Making Revolution”, the half-hour television comedy pilot "GARY: UNDER CRISIS" (Touchstone Studios) and more recently the television pilot “The King of URLs” (2012) which premiered at the New York Television Festival. Klein’s short film (“AB-”) premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and went on to screen at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Cannes (Shorts Metrage), Fantasia Festival, LA Shortsfest, The Mile High Horror Festival, The Savannah Film Festival, The Chicago International Film Festival, The Austin Film Festival, amongst others. "AB-" is currently in negotiations for global distribution (theatrical, TV and digital). Klein has a variety of film and television projects in development, including the feature length version of “AB-”.

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