Mini Bio (1)
Dante Harper started as an independent filmmaker, directing the "The Delicate Art of the Rifle" before going on to work as a producer and editor on many other indie projects and documentaries such as "Cat Dancers" and "You're Gonna Miss Me" before "Dreamland", a film project based on the life of Tim McVeigh, was accepted to the Sundance Screenwriter's Lab. After the script garnered widespread industry attention, he started working as a professional screenwriter, writing "The Immortalist" for Bennett Miller, a film adaptation of "The Wild Geese" for Rupert Sanders, and the graphic novel adaptation "Black Hole" for David Fincher. His first spec script, "All You Need is Kill", was listed as the 2010 Black List top action screenplay and was sold in one of the largest spec sales of that year - the project went on to become "Edge of Tomorrow". Most recently he's worked on Ridley Scott's "Forever War", Gareth Edwards' "Forever", Marc Forster's "World War Z", Roland Emmerich's "Foundation" and is working on adaptations of Jacques Becker's "Touchez Pas Au Grisbi", and Thomas Perry's "Metzger's Dog".
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Andre Radojchich