Filmography Links

·Mark is in post production on his next feature film, a Kosovo/UK co-production shot in Kosovo and due for completion in spring 2018. He also recently completed 'Time', a 30 minute dance documentary following UK singer, dancer and choreographer Aamar as he produces his unique production of 'Time: The Album Show' during the summer of 1994. The film had its World Premiere screening in Kolkata, India at AFC Global Fest. Mark also nears completion on How Do You Sleep At Night?, a new experimental essay feature film which is due for completion in 2018. (View teasers left)

· Mark's movie, Shadow Gene has screened at numerous international festivals including the Swedish International Film Festival, Institute of Experimental Arts in Athens, Greece, Cineautopsia Experimental Film Festival in Bogota, and scooped Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress at Filmfest Kosova, a Special Mention at the Dada Saheb Phalke Festival, Best Actress and Best Editing awards at the Peloponnesian International Film Festival. Mark's 2013 film Ham & The Piper has won a number of international awards, including Best Actor at the Eko International Film Festival, a Silver Chris Award from the Columbus International Film & Video Festival, a SevenArts Best Film and Best Actor Award at the Peloponnesian International Film Festival, Best Feature Film at the Carmarthen Bay Film Festival and Best Film at the Black International Cinema Festival. His multi-award winning film Crossing Bridges (2006) won the Independent Spirit Award from Screen Nation, Audience Award at the Corinthian International Film Festival and Best Editing at the Cyprus International Film Festival. Mark's first feature film, Love is Not Enough (2001) premiered at the Soho Curzon Cinema in central London as part of the BFM International Film Festival and had a short theatrical run the following year.

other film projects

· In 2012 Mark directed 3 short films for The Secret Listeners, a site-specific installation project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and produced by Pascal Theatre Company who also produced the groundbreaking archive project Jewish Mothers & Daughters which Mark directed in 2006.