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BIO / BACKGROUND
GRAMMY-nominated writer-producer Mark L. Hunt founded Culver Academy's Fine Arts Film Society & published reviews under the encouragement of film critic Gene Siskel. Hunt further developed his media skills at CBS Television (Television City), as Features Editor for InGrove Magazine (South Beach) & with Paramount Pictures' Advertising Dept. (Hollywood) marketing the hit network television sitcoms "Cheers" & "Family Ties."
AFTER producing multiple segments, promos & corporate docs, Hunt secured financing for, produced & co-edited the film "Tom Dowd & the Language of Music" featuring Eric Clapton, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, The Allman Brothers, Joe Bonamassa & other recording legends.
CHRONICLING innovator Dowd's illustrious five-decade long career in music production & recording earned Hunt a Grammy Nomination as Producer (Best Long Form Music Video) critical acclaim & multiple international film industry honors, including SUNDANCE's Grand Jury Prize Selection. (The film is scheduled for BluRay Re-Release).
WHEN he's not developing feature films, Mark is creating unique & effective promotional media, writing & publishing.
Awards & Nominations
Commendation, City of Los Angeles
Grammy Award Nominee, Producer - Best Long Form Music Video
South by Southwest Film Festival, Official Selection
Toronto International Film Festival, Official Selection
Sundance Film Festival, Grand Jury Prize, Official Selection