Mark L. Feinsod is an award-winning producer, writer and director whose work has been shown around the world and which has been the subject of numerous screenings, retrospectives and articles. Time Out New York called him an "esteemed New York filmmaker" and described his movies as "urbane," while film critic Vincent Musetto praised his work as "haunting." The Village Voice called his film A SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT "a superb 30-minute stimulation of the senses," while The New York Times said that it "at times evokes Orson Welles." Film Threat described AFTER AN AUTUMN DAY THAT FELT LIKE SUMMER as an "excellent short drama," while writing that VIRGINAL YOUNG BLONDES "achieves more in its 16-minute running time than most feature films could ever dream of achieving." His feature THE DEAFENING SILENCE OF A VERY BRIGHT LIGHT was praised by critic Phil Hall as "one of the best indie films I’ve seen in ages."
Recent projects include the web series 1,001 ONLINE DATES, which Gawker called "A Must-Watch Web Series" and Slant described as "polished productions that play out as 'date procedurals' in the form of an appealing mashup between the dialogue-driven 'In Treatment' and the madcap 'Love, American Style.'" Other projects include music videos for Rebecca Pronsky's BETTER THAT WAY and Monocle's PLASTIC BEACH, the latter of which Kitchen Sync praised as "an adorable video," and THE BACHELORETTE PARTY, which Basket Of Kisses called "an enjoyable comedic short."