MARK L. FEINSOD got his start as a reporter for IndieWire and
was later promoted to News Editor. Since then, he has become an award-winning writer, director and producer whose work has been described by Time Out New York as “urbane.”
The New York Times wrote that A SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT "at times evokes Orson Welles," while The Village Voice called it "a superb
30-minute stimulation of the senses." Mark's micro-budget feature
THE DEAFENING SILENCE OF A VERY BRIGHT LIGHT was described by The New York Post as "haunting." His original TV projects have been optioned by NorthSouth Productions and others. He has directed music videos for Riviera, Rebecca Pronsky and Monocle.
Mark's feature script STUDY ABROAD won first place in the Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest. It is in development with Kristin Ellingson directing and Eleanor Hoppe and Milk & Honey Pictures producing.
The project’s agent is Claire Best of Claire Best & Associates.
He was a participant in the Talent Lab of the Reykjavík International Film Festival in 2022.
Mark will be shooting a short called EVERYTHING IS PERFECT AND I HAVE NOTHING TO COMPLAIN ABOUT later this year. It is being fiscally sponsored by the Gotham Film & Media Institute. You can learn more about the project and make a tax deductible donation here.
He is in development on his second feature A REALLY BIG DEAL.