Daniel Woburn is a British screenwriter who studied U.S. History at the University of Kent, Canterbury and ended up emigrating to Vancouver Island, Canada.
As a teen, He interned with Stephen Woolley at Number 9 Films, instilling in him the desire and determination to work in the film industry. Daniel is an alumnus of the British Record Industry Trust (BRIT) School - the leading performing and creative arts school in the UK - where he studied Film & Media Production. He has been on both sides of the film industry, working in entertainment journalism and in post-production.
His true passion is screenwriting, learned from a young age when his brother would rent him the works of Kevin Smith and Robert Rodriguez (because he wasn't old enough to do so himself!). Daniel has a particular affection for writing dramas, thrillers and action & adventure screenplays, with his goal always being to simply share a meaningful story with the world.
In late 2020, he began writing MIST AMONG THE TREES, based on the small town where he resides on Vancouver Island, utilizing its mystical beauty and decent, hard working people as inspiration. An early draft of MIST AMONG THE TREES was a Quarterfinalist in the WeFeature Screenplay Competition 2021, as well as helping place Daniel as a Finalist in the Network ISA Fast Track Fellowship , Quarterfinalist in the Stage 32 Drama Screenwriting Contest and in the Top 100 for the Mystery/Crime/Thriller genre in the Table Read My Screenplay Competition.