The Team Behind The Film
DirectorDaniel has produced, written and directed films for National Geographic Studios, the National Wildlife Federation, History TV, Smithsonian Networks, France Television and Discovery Channel. His IMAX®/giant screen credits include Lost Worlds: Life in the Balance, Wired to Win: Surviving the Tour de France, Journey to Mecca and Jerusalem. His most recent film is the feature documentary, Last of the Elephant Men. He sits on the board of the Giant Screen Cinema Association and the Alter-Ciné Foundation, which provides grants to filmmakers in the developing world.
ProducerTaran co-founded Cosmic Picture in 2004 and conceived and produced the award winning IMAX® documentary film Journey to Mecca, and the giant screen movie Jerusalem. He has also written and directed several critically acclaimed documentary films including Afghan Stories, which was described by the Anthology of Cult Films as one of the best documentary films ever made. Taran studied filmmaking at Harvard (’93) and worked in finance and venture capital for several years in New York City.
ProducerGeorge produced feature films such as Milk and Dot the I starring Gael Garcia Bernal, which premiered at Sundance and won the Deauville Audience Award. He produced the feature documentary The End of The Line which has been called “An Inconvenient Truth for the Oceans” by The Economist and which won the Puma Creative Impact prize for the film which has had the most global social impact. He is the Co-Founder of the BLUE Marine Foundation, which is dedicated to creating effective Marine Reserves around the world
ProducerDominic co-founded Cosmic Picture in 2004 and produced the award winning IMAX® documentary film Journey to Mecca, and conceived Superpower Dogs in 2014. Dominic has shot and produced documentary films for National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Paramount Pictures, and News Corporation, and hosted the acclaimed National Geographic specials Diamonds of War and The War Next Door. He worked as freelance journalist for Associated Press and Reuters covering conflicts in Africa and Afghanistan.
Danny Wilcox Frazier is a documentary photographer and filmmaker. His photographs appear in multiple public and private collections, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
He lives in Iowa with his family and their multiple pets including a Bracco Italiano named Nelly and Shar-Pei named Oscar.