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Daniel Cerny
BIODaniel Cerny is first generation American, his parents immigrated from the Czech Republic during communism. At a the young age of 9 years old Daniel had already developed a passion for film and acting. Throughout his teen years he acted inseveral motion pictures and television programs, including "Fearless" directed byPeter Weir. Upon graduating High school Daniel shifted his focus to directing. In 2001, hedirected a ten minute black and white short for N.Y.U Tisch Program, entitled "Desire".
In 2002 Daniel Cerny moved back to Los Angeles to write and direct a45min Short film about three crossing lives in Los Angeles called "The Bends".After attending film courses at UCLA, Daniel returned to his roots in 2003, at the famous Film Academy in Prague, Czech republic (FAMU). In this time Danieldirected an 8min musical " I'd Rather Be Blue", a short film adaptation of "TheRaven", and a 5min short about a young woman coming of age in "Fallen".

Finally in 2004 Daniel Cerny wrote and directed "Nights of Blue", which has beentitled the largest scale short film in Prague's history, using all of Prague's finest actors, music and locations.Daniel Cerny now, 23 resides both in Los Angeles and Prague and is now working on his next film in Prague 2005.



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