Daniel Junge is an Oscar® and Emmy® winning director. From his first film, the Tribeca-winning “Chiefs” on Native American Basketball, Junge has consistently made provocative, critically-acclaimed work, shown on over 50 networks internationally, including Netflix, HBO, PBS and the BBC. Junge's films include the Emmy®-nominated “They Killed Sister Dorothy”, and the Oscar®-nominated “The Last Campaign of Governor Booth Gardner” and “Saving Face”, which won the Academy Award® for Best Documentary Short and the Emmy® for Best Documentary in 2012. Junge has collaborated with HELO on two feature documentaries. The first was “Beyond the Brick: A LEGO Brickumentary” with Jason Bateman as the narrator, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, released theatrically, and broadcast on HBO and Netflix. The other was “Being Evel” — on American icon Robert “Evel” Knievel — produced by and featuring Johnny Knoxville. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, broadcast on The History Channel, and was nominated for an Emmy for Best Sports Documentary.
Recently Daniel Executive Produced and directed AMC's "Secret History of Comics" and Netflix's mini series “Challenger: The Final Flight”
Commercially, Junge has directed spots and branded content for clients including Frontier Airlines, CenturyLink, Steelcase, and Charles Schwab. His documentary for Norton/Symantec, "The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet" was awarded 3 Cannes Lions, including Gold Lions in both "Entertainment" and "Cyber" - the first time in history the same project took top honor in both categories.