Award winning producer and director Danny Ben-Moshe is one of Australia’s leading documentarians who established Identity Films and Productions in 2006 driven by a passion to tell stories that matter in entertaining, compelling and creative ways. Danny’s acclaimed films have screened on leading networks around the world, including the BBC (UK), ABC (Australia), CBC (Canada), NHK (Japan), DR (Denmark), YES (Israel) and PBS (USA), and played at multiple film festivals, and gained rave reviews in the press from The Times of London to The Hollywood Reporter.

Danny’s films have had impact screenings at the Tate Modern in London, the Library of Congress in Washington DC, the Knesset (Israeli parliament) in Jerusalem and at the Brandenburg Gate Foundation in Berlin.

Danny is interested in stories of significance which trigger debate, such as his documentary for the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, ‘China’s Artful Dissident'. He won Australia’s top documentary prize, the Walkley Award for his 2014 film Code of Silence which lifted the lid on child sex abuse in the Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
As an observational filmmaker Danny enjoys taking viewers into a world they otherwise would not see. He tells stories about subjects he is passionate about, and Jewish themes feature high on his list. His stories are often fun and quirky, including ‘Shalom Bollywood: the untold story of Indian cinema’ which had its world premiere at the 2017 Mumbai International Film Festival, and ‘Outback Rabbis’ for SBS in Australia, bringing laughs and offering a rare insight into the outback Jewish world on the festival circuit and TV networks around the world.

Danny spent over a decade as a university professor researching diasporas, racism and anti- Semitism, Israel and Jewish Identity. He completed a law and politics degree at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London, and has a PhD from the University of Melbourne.

Danny is represented by Georgina Capel Associates in London.

Watch Danny speaking to Cambridge University Creatives