Mark L. Feinsod got his start as the founding News Editor of IndieWire and worked as a production assistant on the classic film American Psycho. Since then, he has become an award-winning producer, writer and director 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." Film Threat described AFTER AN AUTUMN DAY THAT FELT LIKE SUMMER as an “excellent short drama” and wrote that VIRGINAL YOUNG BLONDES “achieves more in its 16-minute running time than most feature films could ever dream of achieving."
His feature script THE CITY OF ONE HUNDRED SPIRES won first place in the Beverly Hills Screenplay Contest. It is in development as PRAGUE '94 with Kristin Ellingson directing and with Lauri Apelian, Eleanor Hoppe, Milk & Honey Pictures and uMedia producing. The project's agent is Claire Best of Claire Best & Associates.