Daniel J. Chalfen is a founder of and producer at Naked Edge Films. His most recent documentaries include "Code of the West" which premiered at SXSW 2012; "Cape Spin" which premiered at IDFA 2011; "Donor Unknown" (produced with ARTE, More 4 and VPRO), which premiered at the 2010 Sheffield Doc/Fest then went on to screen at IDFA, Tribeca and Silverdocs (the latter two at which it won an Audience Award), and broadcast in the U.S. on the PBS series Independent Lens; "GONE," which premiered at Tribeca in 2011, and was broadcast on Discovery ID in the U.S.; "War Don Don," which premiered at SXSW, where it won a Special Jury Mention, and was broadcast in the U.S. on HBO, and was nominated for two Emmys; and "Budrus," which premiered at Dubai then screened at Berlin, Tribeca and Silverdocs, among other festivals, each of which where it won an award. Earlier credits include "The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan," Executive Produced by Danny Glover; "Meeting Resistance," which won the Golden Award at the Al Jazeera International Documentary Festival; "Encounter Point"; "39 Pounds of Love," which was produced with HBO Documentary Films and was short-listed for an Academy Award; and "Pulled from the Rubble," which became an ABC Special. Daniel's non-fiction television series include "Happy France" for ARTE and "Ordinary People," which was broadcast worldwide. His forthcoming films include "Pretty Old," Executive Produced by Joe Berlinger and Sarah Jessica Parker, "The Revisionaries," and "The Life and Mind of Mark DeFriest."