Mark is a British filmmaker and theatre director.
His film work includes writing/directing the award-winning, short film GANEF, longlisted for the 2022 Academy Award for Live Action Short. GANEF was selected by 35+ international film festivals, including major Oscar-qualifying festivals like Hollyshorts, LA Shorts, Chicago Childrens, Tirana International and Manhattan Short. It received a Special Mention at BAFTA Qualifying UK Jewish Film Festival. In 2019 he co-wrote the feature film Making Noise Quietly (released theatrically in UK by Verve Films), and, in 2017, wrote-directed the shorts Newborn and Cleopatra
for BFI/Shakespeare’s Globe.
Mark's theatre productions have been seen at major theatres across the UK, the States (off-Broadway and in Los Angeles) and in Japan for over 20 years. He was Associate Director at the world renowned National Theatre Studio in London, and, for four years, at Leeds Playhouse, one of the UK's leading producing theatres, where he directed numerous productions and remains an Associate Artist.
He is currently under commission as a playwright to Sir Nicholas Hytner’s Bridge Theatre in London and has co-created a TV show in development for celebrated producer Nicola Shindler’s Quay Street Productions (It’s A Sin, Queer as Folk).
Visit markrosenblatt.com for a full overview of his work