Daniel Cross

Daniel Cross a Canadian documentary filmmaker, producer and activist whose films deal with social justice. He is co-founder of EyeSteelFilm with fellow director/producer Mila Aung-Thwin. He is the president of the company. He is also founder of Homeless Nation, a non-profit internet endeavor that started in 2006 and has become a Canadian national collective voice by and for Canada's homeless population. Cross, the multi-disciplined award-winning director made the films "The Street: A Film with the Homeless" and "S.P.I.T.: Squeegee Punks In Traffic", where hundreds of homeless people from Montreal shared their many, amazing stories with him. Out of the movie, came the idea of a forum where these stories would not be lost and where Canada's homeless community could share their stories and refuse to be ignored. Both films received theatrical distribution, international broadcast and critical acclaim Cross also has experience in TV broadcast, having directed and produced the Gemini nominated "Too Colourful for the League" and "Chairman George" on the stations CTV, BBC's Storyville and TV 2 (Denmark).

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