Daniel Story began his career by working on all three The Lord of the Rings movies (2001-2003) for director Peter Jackson in his home country of New Zealand. He then moved into script development and international film sales and distribution for the New Zealand Film Commission across seven years. He has since become an independent producer of films that have been released globally and screened at prominent international film festivals, including Toronto International Film Festival, South by Southwest, and Berlin International Film Festival. His feature film works include popular New Zealand horror movie Housebound and Born to Dance, which competed for the Crystal Bear for Generation 14plus at Berlin. He helped produce the animated television miniseries Rainbocorns. Mosley is his first animated feature as producer and is his first APSA nomination.

Accolades

Kirby Atkins and Daniel Story and Bill Boyce
Best Animated Film, 2019

Mosley

Best Animated Film, 2019

Mosley

Mosley is the patriarch of a family of thoriphants – elephant-like creatures with facial features of a sheep – whose son discovers a collection of…

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Films

Mosley
2019

Mosley

New Zealand, People's Republic of China
2019

Mosley

Mosley is the patriarch of a family of thoriphants – elephant-like creatures with facial features of a sheep – whose son discovers a collection of…

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