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Named as one of Filmmaker Magazine’s ’25 New Faces of Independent Film’ and a fellow of IFP’s Emerging Visions symposium, Danielle Lurie is a New York City based writer and director, as well as a verite photographer and commissioned painter. She has been shooting films and photos since graduating from Stanford University in 2000 with a BA in Philosophy.
Danielle has co-directed a documentary in Uganda where she lived in an IDP (Internally Displaced People) Camp and has directed a feature length documentary following Sheryl Crow’s Global Warming tour through the deep south, produced by Laurie David (An Inconvenient Truth).
On the narrative side, Danielle has written screenplay adaptations of Jamaica Kincaid’s novel, Lucy, to star Zoe Saldana (Avatar, Star Trek) as well as an excerpt of Nicholas Kristof’s best selling book, Half the Sky, directed by Marisa Tomei and Lisa Leone, for a PBS series. Danielle is also adapting another Nicholas Kristof NY Times article into a full-length screenplay that she will direct titled Usha, set in the slums of India.
She has most recently directed a new short film, Tiny Miny Magic, starring Jennifer Lafleur and Ross Partridge.
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