Danny Hahn is a novelist, critic, and essayist. His body of work touches widely on aesthetics, phenomenology, psychology, cinema, and dreams, and draws inspiration from figures such as Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, Proust, Carl Th. Dreyer, and Yasujirō Ozu. He began his early career as a film university lecturer and classical composer. He studied at the Guidhall School of Music and University of Arts London, and also became a Berlinale Talent. He comes from Welsh and Swiss/German parents, and lives in London and Portugal.
The Noon Bell
An alpine region of Switzerland sets the scene in this poetic and philosophical novella about dreams and daydreaming.
ISBN – 9780993338618 Price – £12.99 Publisher – Zarathustra Books
Exploring audio-vision and cinematic primitivism, quietness in film is explored in this poetic essay.
ISBN – 9780993338619 Price – £12.99 Publisher – Zarathustra Books
A dialogue on the disposition of mediocrity leads to a revaluing of creativity.
ISBN – 9780993338617 Price – £12.99 Publisher – Zarathustra Books