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Daniel Lahr

Growing up on a small ranch outside of Santa Barbara, California, Daniel Lahr's dreams of Hollywood were far reached at best. However, through pure determination and passion for the art, Daniel Lahr became a successful independent filmmaker.

He began making his own films at the age of nine and finally in college got several awards for his films. He began his production company, Country Studios, at the age of fifteen and has gone on to create dozens of short films.

He also got an internship with CafeFX in his backyard town of Santa Maria, the company responsible for bringing the visual effects alive in the acclaimed movie, "Pan's Labyrinth." He was hired on after the internship and worked on movies like "Spiderman 3", "HBO's John Adams", "The Kite Runner", "Nim's Island", "The Happening" and "Stephen King's The Mist."

After college, he moved to the Los Angeles area and began work. Not only on a new Country Studios film, but also on large projects such as the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards in September 2011 and Season 3 of NBC's "The Voice" in June 2012.

During all this time, the independent films of Daniel Lahr and Country Studios continued to be created and enjoyed by audiences all around the world.

Short film credits

Director, Producer

Fortune's Favored

United States | Feb 2012 | 22:06
On his way home in 1937, Charles is robbed and thrown from a train and meets a mysterious salesman who is more than he seems.
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