Dan Setton is a veteran Israeli filmmaker. He produced “Frontline’s” “Shattered Dreams of Peace,” an examination of Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations from the time of the Oslo Peace Accord in 1993 through the outbreak of the Second Intifada. In 1988, he formed SET Productions, a film and television company with offices in both Jerusalem and New York.
Setton’s film, “KAPO”, was the winner of the 2000 International Emmy Award for Best Documentary. In addition, he has won two Golden Spire awards for “Mikdad: A Terrorist’s Account” and “Shaheed”.