Who is this guy?
Daniel Glick is a prolific filmmaker who has dedicated much of his work to important and timely social issues, including conservation, indigenous rights, art as therapy, illiteracy and prison reform. His most recent film, A Place to Stand, the powerful true story of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca, has been called “inspiring” (Booklist), “gutsy” (Library Journal) and “compelling” (Santa Fe New Mexican) and is currently distributed nationwide.
Beyond his personal work, through his production company Kings Road Media, he has completed an array of commercial and corporate projects. These clients have ranged from local artisans to multinational corporations.
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