Dany Deprez (Born in Bruges May 14, 1957) studied painting at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and got an award at the 'Jeune Peinture Belge' in 1978.
Then he studied animation led by Raoul Servais en Paul Demeyere.
  From 1987 to 1999 Dany Deprez worked as a freelance director for the VRT. He directed various Human Interest programs, including 'NV De Wereld'. Through his own company CD&D he realized several reportages and documentaries about artists and events including Chambre d'Amis, Jan Hoet & Leo Copers.
  In 1994 he was co-founder of A Private View, where he made ​​two feature films: "De Bal" in 1998 and "Science Fiction" in 2002.

Since 2000, Dany Deprez is a lecturer at the College of Science and Arts, Sint-Lucas, visual arts, Ghent, Mediakunst.
  He also teaches "Audiovisual Research" at the Film Department at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Ghent .

Dany Deprez is also president and founder of Art Cinema OFFoff in Ghent, a display platform for avant-garde and experimental film.

Dany Deprez has profiled over the years both as a filmmaker and visual artist.