Mark CousinsMark Cousins

Mark Cousins

Mark Cousins is a film director, producer and writer best known for his 15-hour 2011 documentary The Story of Film: An Odyssey.

Mark has worked on numerous cine-essays.
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Contacts

Agent:
Chiggy

Contact:
Daisy Skepelhorn

daisy@pbjmanagement.co.uk
020 7287 1112

Mark has worked on numerous cine-essays. These include A Story of Children and Film, and I Am Belfast, in which the city is personified by a 10,000 year old woman; Mark is also a presenter and critic, known for his work on Scene by Scene and Elsewhere.

Television

Moviedrome
Presenter
BBC21996 — 2015
Scene By Scene
Presenter
BBC21996 — 2015
I know Where I'm Going Revisited
BBC11996
The Psychology Of Neo-Nazism: Another Journey By Train To Aushwitz
Writer
Channel 41994

Film

The Story Of Film: An Odyssey
Writer / Director
Channel 42011

Books

The Story of Looking
Writer
Canon Gate2018
Scene by Scene- The book of the TV series
Summer
2002
Imagining Reality
Faber & Faber
1999
The Apartment - Introduction to the screenplay of the same name
Faber & Faber
1998

Journalism

BBC Online
2001
Prospect Magazine
Columnist
2001

Production

4Way Pictures
Director
BBC Films deal2002
Scene By Scene
Lecturer
Edinburgh Film Festival1994
Edinburgh Film Festival
On Tour To Sarajevo Sarajevo1994
Edinburgh Film Festival
Programmer - Director
Edinburgh Film Festival1991 — 1995

Radio

La Maman et la Putain
Drum & Bass track
2001

News

Podcast Guest Appearances

The Cinematologists Podcast: Ep101 Women Make Film (Mark Cousins‪)
For the first episode of a new century (of Cinematologists episodes) we are proud to present a conversation with esteemed filmmaker and cineaste Mark Cousins to celebrate the release of his mammoth, 14hr, poetic documentary project, and cinephile treasure trove, Women Make Film.