Dr. Daniel Baur is an entrepreneur/investor in the media/tech business and film producer. In 2002 he co-founded the film financing and production company S.R.O. Entertainment AG. A year later he founded SPC Informationssysteme, a company providing IT and project management services for companies like T-Mobile Germany and Deutsche Telekom. Then, in 2006, he co-founded the world sales company K5 International GmbH / K5 Media Group GmbH with partner Oliver Simon. Under the roof of the K5 Media Group he co-developed - with Oliver Simon and the German production company Schmitz’ Katze - a white label VOD-service NOWTILUS which was since sold to ROVI.
His most recent venture is White Rabbit - a disruptive Blockchain Company in the P2P feature film and TV distribution business.
Daniel Baur has produced, executive produced and financed more than 50 features over the last fifteen years. He is currently producing The Coldest Game starring Bill Pullmann and Lotte Verbeek. In 2018 he produced ANON, the first high budget production of K5 Film, directed by Andrew Niccol starring Clive Owen and Amanda Seyfried. ANON was sold to Netflix in North America. Prior to that he executive produced Martin Zandvliet’s Oscar nominated Land of Mine as well as Jim Jarmusch’s Cannes Competition Paterson starring Adam Driver, in cooperation with Amazon Studios.
Dr. Daniel Baur is a graduate of the highly respected MEGA program of the Media Business School in Spain where he studied management of media companies and received a Masters in Audiovisual Management (Honors) in 2001. During MEGA Daniel Baur interned at Deutsche Bank in the entertainment division. Prior to that Daniel Baur studied entertainment law at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau where he later completed his PhD.