Dan Fallshaw

Biography: Dan was born in Sydney, Australia. His family moved to London when he was six, disappointed he vowed to live in a non-English speaking country when he was old enough. He comes from a heritage of photographers, but pursuing a career as a veterinarian Dan studied Science at Sydney University. His seminal artistic work titled The Day My Left Hand Taught My Right Hand to Draw. Dan returned to university to study Visual Communications at the University of Technology in Sydney and St Martins College in London. Dan is an award-winning filmmaker and one of the producers/directors of the controversial Stolen, which he also shot and edited. He made Between the Oil and the Blue Sea with Violeta Ayala in 2006. Dan is a Tribeca Film Institute Fellow and an alumnus of the Film Independent Documentary Lab.

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Films Shown in AFF, Inc. Programs:
Stolen (2011 – Violeta Ayala, Dan Fallshaw).

Between the Oil and the Deep Blue Sea (2006 – Violeta Ayala, Dan Fallshaw);
A Vegan in the Meat Aisle (2007 – Violeta Ayala, Dan Fallshaw);
Stolen (2009 – Violeta Ayala, Dan Fallshaw).