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Nom de naissance Daniel F. M. H. M.Nationalité BelgiqueNaissance 16 juin 1972
(47 ans) à Mortsel (Belgique
Daniel Maze (born 16 June 1972 in Mortsel, Antwerp as Daniel F. M. H. M.) is a Belgian film director, writer and producer who started his professional career as a DJ in the Belgian club scene in the '90s, eventually making the transition to music producer.
Daniel Maze made his first film at age 11. He started his professional career as a music producer, whereby he was awarded with gold and platinum records, including Top 10 hits like "Lights from Above" (1997), "Born in the 70s" (1998) and No. 1 hit "Scoop" (1999). At the end of 1998 he started together with his brother Ivo, a discothèque named 'Arenchi'. The club is still in operation.
In 2004 he founded MAZEfilms, offering production and post capabilities including sound mixing, DI and CG creation and compositing. He then created MAZEcorporate to handle commercial clientele, while MAZEfilms focused on filmmaking. He produced and directed the fantasy short film ELI in 2005, with special effects including full workflow and CGI created by MAZEfilms. In 2006 MAZEfilms became the first Belgian production company to raise funds from private investors and then shoot a feature-length film in Hollywood, Cornered. It starred Steve Guttenberg and James Duval. In 2012 he founded Greenlight Titles Invest (GLT-INVEST), a company that specializes in the Belgian Tax-Shelter.
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