Daniel Junge is an Oscar® and Emmy® winning director. From his first film, the Tribeca-winning Chiefs on Native American Basketball, Junge has consistently made provocative, critically-acclaimed work, shown on over 50 networks internationally, including HBO, PBS and the BBC. Junge's films include the Emmy®-nominated They Killed Sister Dorothy, and the Oscar®-nominated The Last Campaign of Governor Booth Gardner And Saving Face, which won the Academy Award® for Best Documentary Short and the Emmy® for Best Documentary in 2012. His most recent films include Beyond the Brick: A LEGO Brickumentary. Commercially, Junge has directed spots and branded content for clients such as; including Frontier Airlines, CenturyLink, Steelcase, and Charles Schwab. His documentary for Norton/Symantec, "The Most Dangerous Town on the Internet" was awarded 3 Cannes Lions, including Gold Lions in both "Entertainment" and "Cyber" - the first time in history the same project took top honor in both categories.