Marc MUNDEN has directed several television series, particularly for the BBC. Most recently he wrote and directed the BBC production Shiny Shiny Bright New Hole in My Heart (2006). He also directed the BAFTA nominated Conviction (2004), and the award-winning Vanity Fair (1998). Munden made his feature film debut in 2002 with Miranda, starring Christina Ricci. National Treasure (2016) is a four part serial drama that Munden directed, which was commissioned by the English Channel 4.
Marc Munden at IFFR
The Mark of Cain
Exciting and realistic feature about the fate of British soldiers active in Iraq, among them 18-year-old Treacle, who get in trouble when photos appear in the British press revealing the humiliation of Iraqi detainees. A low-budget film with a big-budget look and ambition.
A much-loved, famous British comedian is accused of raping a teenage girl years ago. The scandal engulfs him and his family as more victims testify. The creative minds behind the TV hits This Is England and Utopia draw a complex portrait of a man that leaves viewers in doubt till the very end.