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Daniel Cattier: Biography Babylon 2009
Project Title: NAKED FISTS
Daniel Cattier is a freelance film director. His aim is to tell stories linked with Africa. Through his mixed cultural and linguistic background, his father being Belgian and his mother Zimbabwean, the issue of identity is at the core of his interests. After completing the first cycle of a law degree, he read Politics and History at London University School of Oriental and African Studies. Prior to filmmaking he worked as a Reasearch and Campaign Assistant at the International Secretariat of Amnesty International. He then moved into TV production by working as a Reasercher for documentaries produced for Channel 4, BBC and France 3. Beside his personal projects, he does storyboards and directs corporates, TV programmes as well as commercials.
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