"Cutting-Edge Filmed Entertainment"
John Mark is an American filmmaker, writer, producer and director who has been involved in music and film since childhood.
He has been recording and performing classical music, as well as working in feature film since 1976 in Paris, London, New York and Los Angeles. He is the author of theatrical screenplays such as "2045: Golden Voyage - A Space Odyssey", a sequel to Stanley Kubrick's classic "2001: A Space Odyssey", and "2010:The Year We Make Contact", "Deathblow – The Romanoff Empire", and "Liszt & Chopin In Paris" an iconic film about two piano gods in 19th century Europe. His genre includes science-fiction, historical drama and contemporary drama.
John Mark has also recorded 4-CD preliminary soundtrack album for "Liszt & Chopin In Paris" in addition to writing the Script to select the perfect repertoire for this film now scheduled for production in 2020 and for subsequent worldwide release in 2022.
John Mark has studied classical piano and composition with Prof. Nadia Boulanger at the Paris Conservatory, feature film directing at IDHEC cinematography school (Paris), filmmaking, photography and non-linear editing at NYU (New York), Maine Photographic Workshop (Rockport, Maine) and the legendary Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome.
Mr. Mark has received numerous letters of recognition for his contributions to classical music and cinema in the upcoming LISZT & CHOPIN IN PARIS film.
In Development - Early Pre-Production
*THE DIVINE COMEDY*
Dante's famous classic is also being adapted by John Mark as a modern tale of redemption connecting Dante's timeless metaphor with quantum physics and spectacular visual effects. The fim will be produced in 3D and in alternate reality presenting a stunning dramatic epic about mankind's journey through the Universe.
In Dante's journey through Inferno, Purgatorio and Paradiso the hero reconstructed in virtual reality into modern day hero taking audiences through multiple modes of realities on divine self-discovery into the multiverse.
As Dante enters supernatural world of wonder, magic and enchantment he is intercepted by the the past, present and future connecting him with multiple dimensions of reality he has never experienced and is not able to comprehend.
When Dante makes his way out of Inferno, learns his ways in Purgatorio and enters the multiverse of Paradiso, behind which lies the twelve dimensional world he learns the biggest mystery of the Universe.
Combined with cross-references to classical world of original Dante's classic masterpiece and stunning visual effects the film promises to provide high-end entertainment and cutting-edge insight into the world's greatest literature.