Mark Moran has helped create a wide range of studio and independent movies, with budgets ranging from under $1M to over $70M. He has produced features shooting all over the U.S. as well as in Canada, Mexico, and Eastern Europe, including Nate Parker's The Birth of a Nation, which won both the Audience Award and the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance 2016, and sold to Fox Searchlight in the biggest film festival sale in history.
In addition to over twenty features and TV series, Mark has made short films, web series, music videos, and commercials, as well as the PBS documentary Chavez Ravine, which won the IDA Award and was short-listed for an Academy Award in 2005.
Prior to this, Mark started a software company at age 17, launching him on a successful career designing and programming computer games in San Francisco, where he received a patent for a CGI process combining filmed live action with computer animation.
Mark graduated summa cum laude from Columbia University with a degree in literature & writing. He is a member of both the Producers Guild of America and the Directors Guild of America, and is represented by Jasan Pagni at William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.