Daniel Kremer grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He lives in New York City, attended Temple University in Philadelphia and has been involved in the productions of a great many film projects, short and feature-length, a good many of which he has directed, edited and/or photographed. His short film Charles at the Threshold (2006) screened at film festivals across the country, and he was presented with three Best Documentary in Competition prizes for his film Yarns To Be Spun on the Way to the Happy Home (2007). He also directed Sophisticated Acquaintance the same year. The feature-length A Trip to Swadades (2008) started touring international festivals in 2008 and won two Best of Festival awards. He followed his feature debut with the short film A Collection of Chemicals, which toured festivals in 2009. In 2011, he completed his second feature-length film The Idiotmaker's Gravity Tour, shot primarily in India. He is currently in post-production on his third and fourth features, A Simple Game of Catch and Ezer Kenegdo. He is also writing a book about filmmaker Sidney J. Furie, to be published through the University Press of Kentucky's Screen Classics Series, edited by Patrick McGilligan.