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Daniel Martin Eckhart is a screenwriter and author. His work as a screenwriter has been Grimme-Prize nominated. He is the author of the novels The Champ, Barnaby Smith, Home, Tales of Wychwood and well as the writer of the original published spec screenplays The Way It is, Not Minding the Hurt, Out There, Cracker's World, Boxman Jake, Wallspace and Breakfast in Atlantis. He is also the author of the screenwriting book Write Write Write.

BooksEdit

  • NYC3: GUN (2019)
  • NYC3: KIN (2019)
  • Tales of Wychwood (2017)[1]
  • Write Write Write (2016)[2]
  • Home (2016)[1]
  • Barnaby Smith (2015)[1]
  • The Champ (2012)[1]

Original published screenplaysEdit

  • Not Minding the Hurt (2019)
  • Out There (2019)
  • Cracker's World (2019)
  • Boxman Jake (2019)
  • Wallspace (2019)
  • Breakfast in Atlantis (2019)
  • The Way It is (2017)

Film & TV creditsEdit

  • Henrietta Bulkowski (2018 short film) associate producer
  • Be Cause (2018 short film) executive producer
  • The Mishap (2016 short film) executive producer
  • The Honeymoon (2016 short film) executive producer
  • One Under (2016 short film) executive producer
  • La Belle Folie (2016 short film) executive producer
  • Icarus (2016 short film) executive producer
  • Requiem (2015 short film) executive producer
  • Salvage (2015 short film) executive producer
  • Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg? (2015 film) executive producer
  • Pachamama (2015 documentary) executive producer
  • The Body (2014 short film) associate producer
  • Be Heard (2014 short film) associate producer
  • Fled (2013 short film) executive producer
  • Blood Eagle (aka Blutadler)[3][4] (2012 TV movie) writer
  • Halloween Kid (2011 short film) executive producer
  • Brother Grimm (aka Wolfsfaehrte)[5][6][circular reference] (2010 TV movie) writer
  • Special Unit (aka GSG 9 Ihr Einsatz ist ihr Leben) (2007 TV series) writer
  • Tatort – Grosse Liebe[7] (2004 TV movie) writer
  • Tatort – Schoener Sterben[8] (2003 TV movie) writer
  • Die Cleveren – Blutsbande (2003 TV series) writer
  • Die Cleveren – Reine Welt (2002 TV series) writer
  • Tatort – Ein moerderisches Maerchen[9] (2001 TV movie) writer

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