March 31, 2012
by Dan Klores Junior, the Kid, the Fight -The Punches Never Stopped 50 Years Ago As Emile Griffith Battered Benny Paret
Dan Klores will serve as a Tribeca Film Festival juror in the Best New York Documentary Competition category.
Avenue Magazine – Playwright and filmmaker Dan Klores’ play, Little Doc, opens on June 17 at the Rattlestick Theater.
December 2, 2009
Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks will Premiere at Sundance 2010. This is the fourth of Dan Klores’ films to debut at Sundance in the last seven years.
September 26, 2009
Little Doc is scheduled to open at The Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10014) in early June 2010. The production will be directed by John Gould Rubin.
May 16, 2009
Dan Klores’ Black Magic is the subject of Bob Herbert’s New York Times Op-Ed column.
Treasures Lost to Time
March 31, 2009
Black Magic is announced as a 63rd Annual Peabody Award Winner. Awards ceremony will take place on May 17th in New York City. Press Release from the Peabody Awards
January 7, 2009
Black Magic receives nomination from 2009 NAACP Image Awards for "Outstanding Documentary".
Noverber 23, 2008
Black Magic wins Diversity Award 2008 for "Best Documentary Feature-Non Theatrical Release".
August 6th, 2008
Black Magic nominated for two CableFAX awards - "Most Conscious Raising Content" and "Best Director" for Dan Klores.
March 16th & 17th, 2008
Black Magic aired commercial free on ESPN March 16th &17th, 2008 and became the highest rated documentary in network history. Additionally, these same ratings grew higher in each successive half-hour on both nights contrary to all the rules of traditional television.
February 23, 2008
Crazy Love awarded “Best Documentary” at The Independent Spirit Awards in Los Angeles
October 11, 2007
"Crazy Love" has been nominated for the International Documentary Association Award for Feature Film.
February, 4 2007
"Crazy Love" awarded Best Documentary at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
January, 22 2007
Magnolia Pictures announced today that it has acquired North American rights excluding television for Dan Klores' much discussed Sundance Film Festival Documentary Competition entry "Crazy Love"
November 22, 2006
SUNDANCE FALLS FOR “CRAZY LOVE”
DAN KLORES MAKES THIRD APPEARANCE AT PRESTIGIOUS FILM FEST
He didn't make his first film until the age of 50 but five years and four films later, Dan Klores would have three documentaries in the highly competitive Sundance Film Festival. Klores' new documentary "Crazy Love" has been accepted into the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.
Considered one of, if not THE most prestigious film festival in the world, Klores has now joined the ranks of only a handful of directors including Steven Soderbergh, Quentin Tarantino and Kevin Smith to have three different films go to Park City.
AUGUST 18, 2006
"Viva Baseball" won Best Documentary for Television or Film at the 21st Annual Imagen Awards.
JUNE 12, 2006
"Viva Baseball" won the award for Best Sports Program at the 2006 BANFF World Television Awards.
Winners were chosen by the BANFF Selection Jury and represent countries from around the world, including Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kenya, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
MARCH 26, 2006
Columbia Pictures and Paramount Pictures have tapped George C. Wolfe to direct the feature version of "Ring of Fire: The Emile Griffith Story."
Wolfe, won a Tony Award for directing "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches," and another for directing "Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk." Wolfe recently directed Emmy nominated film "Lackawanna Blues" for HBO.
The script is being written by Stephen Adly Guirgis.
Dan Klores and Scott Rudin are producing