Daniel Karslake is an American Broadway, television and film producer/director. He is the founding president of DK Works, a New York-based production company dedicated to creating high quality, thought provoking theater, television and movies that change the world. Karslake wrote, directed and produced his first feature-length documentary film called FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO (www.forthebibletellsmeso.org ) which had its world premiere in competition at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. Described by National Public Radio as “an incredibly powerful film that everybody should see,” the movie examines the controversial intersection of religion and homosexuality in America through the lens of five Christian families. It has won multiple Best Documentary Audience Awards at film festivals across the country. FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO was also voted the Best Spiritual Documentary of 2007 by Beliefnet.com, it won the GLAAD Media Award for Best Documentary of 2007, and was on the short list for a 2008 Academy Award.