Dan Turner (director)

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Dan Turner
Born Daniel Edward Turner
(1968-11-16) November 16, 1968 (age 49)
Colchester, Essex, England, United Kingdom
Occupation Film director

Daniel Edward Turner, professionally known as Dan Turner, is a UK-based film director. Born on 16 November 1968, in Colchester, Essex, Turner excelled at English literature and participated in local theatre. It was not until 2004, after many short films, that Dan first made the feature film Experiment in 2005.[1] He has since directed the 2008 film Look at Me, and the 2009 release Big Mistake.[2]

In 2010 Turner made the horror feature film Stormhouse, which was selected for the Edinburgh Film Festival and Frightfest in London, and in 2011 Dan directed a feature film of his semi-biographical screenplay The Man Inside[3] starring Peter Mullan, David Harewood, Ashley "Bashy" Thomas, Michelle Ryan and Jason Maza.

Turner currently works from Elstree Film studios, on a variety of film and theatre projects.

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