Writer / Director / Producer / Editor. Daniel Wasserman is an emerging screenwriter and director with a vision for films that demand strong reactions without negotiating a social conscience. Wasserman's short films have been featured in film festivals and microcinema screenings coast to coast, including the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival, the Coney Island Film Festival, the Big Apple Film Festival, the Queens Film Festival and many others. He wrote, produced and directed the short thriller Iron Pocket (2005), a cautionary tale about racial intolerance, as well as Master of the Kennel (2006), a short drama/thriller that explores moral questions on capital punishment in the hands of ordinary people. Wasserman also served as Co-Producer on the documentary film At the Top of My Voice (2008) and was contracted to adapt non-fiction novel Ship Ablaze for the screen, the true story of a 1904 steamship disaster that was New York’s largest tragedy prior to 9/11. Wasserman has written four feature-length original screenplays, including police thriller The Blue Wall, a quarter-finalist in the 2009 Page Screenwriting Awards; Safehouse, a finalist in the 2009 Slamdance Feature Screenplay Competition; and Stowaways, a prize-winning Top Ten Finalist in the 2010 Silver Screenwriting Competition. Wasserman graduated with honors from the School of Visual Arts in New York with a B.F.A. in Film & Video Directing. He currently divides his time between New York City and Paris, France.