Daniella DeVinter is an Anglo-Danish filmmaker, writer, and linguist based in Cambridge.
She spent her childhood between Denmark, London, Hampshire, and Cheshire, before moving to Oxford for her bachelor’s in German, where she graduated with the best results in languages and in the arts.
At the risk of losing her sanity, Daniella stayed on at Oxford for a master's in Comparative Literature and Translation. She worked for a time as a journalist and book editor in Munich, before deciding she wanted to be neither.
Daniella now lives in Cambridge, where she's writing her PhD on a nutty German filmmaker named Fassbinder.
When she's not writing about films, she directs and prodcues them. Recently: award-winning shorts, music videos, films for the mindfulness app Headspace, and a psychological horror due for release in 2024.
Daniella also works as a screenwriter for major TV broadcasters.
She speaks English, German, and Danish fluently, and French, Norwegian, and Swedish badly.