Mark Jenkin op IFFR
Mark JENKIN (1970, UK) worked as a promo producer in Soho, before returning to Cornwall to become an independent filmmaker. He had his first success with his directorial debut Golden Burn, which won the Frank Copplestone First Time Director's Award at the Celtic Film and Television Awards in 2002. He is an associate of Falmouth University where he lectures Film and is the author of the 'Silent Landscape Dancing Grain 13 Film Manifesto', promoting the aesthetic and logistic possibilities of handmade film. In 2019, he made the short horror Hard, Cracked the Wind and the feature Bait, which premiered at the Berlinale 2019.
(selection) Golden Burn (2002), The Man Who Needed a Traffic Light (2003, short), The Rabbit (2004), The Midnight Drives (2007), Another Horizon (2008, short), Happy Christmas (2011), Dear Marianne (2016, short doc), The Essential Cornishman (2016, doc), David Bowie Is Dead (2018, doc), Bait (2019), Hard, Cracked the Wind (2019, short)
More info: Wikipedia, Mark Jenkin