Daniel Glick

Daniel Glick

Emmy-winning director, producer, writer, cinematographer and editor

Daniel has worked on projects of all types including documentaries, narrative films, comedies, commercials and web series. These projects have garnered more than a dozen awards and span a range of topics that Daniel is passionate about: social justice, indigenous rights, wildlife, the arts, science, conservation, and prison reform. His first feature documentary film, A Place to Stand, the true story of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca, broadcast nationally on PBS in 2018, and three of his most recent personal projects - Our Last Refuge, Iniskim, and Bring Them Home - are all short films set on the Blackfeet Reservation that he worked on with Blackfeet tribal members. He is currently working on a feature documentary about the Blackfoot Confederacy's work to bring wild bison back to their ancestral lands His diverse range of commercial clients have included The Wilderness Society, LL Bean, FICO, Wildlife Conservation Society, National Parks Conservation Association, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and Colliers International.

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Documentary Storytelling and Short Marketing Videos

Daniel Glick, a seasoned documentary filmmaker, will talk about his process of making and developing projects - both short form and feature length - and the many challenges and rewards that come with the process. He will also talk about the value of using the documentary form in marketing for businesses, an approach that can be useful for townships and nonprofits too.