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He comes from an international background, which is the fabric and foundation of his adventurous spirit. Like André, his grand uncle, he is the offspring of old Russian and German aristocratic lineage. Mark grew up in Pakistan, Israel, Indonesia, Thailand and United State. His university years included lectures on law, philosophy, history, and film in both Germany and California following which he spent time in Japan, India, Sikkim, Nepal, and Tibet. His other interests include literature, sailing, mountain climbing, skiing, and great wine, sake, spirits and food.
Although Mark's primary work is in film and entertainment, he is constantly working to benefit others and was most recently Fukushima, Japan, helping with relief efforts and organizing independent radaition testing in the areas around the Fukushima Diaichi Nuclear plant after the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011. Prior to that he was in Haiti in the aftermath of the January 12, 2010, earthquake where he organized relief support for a number of hospitals and went into some of the hard-hit slum areas bringing in medical teams and relief supplies. He has worked on sustainable development projects such as with the Women’s Handicraft Center in Khon Kaen, Thailand and with various remote schools in Nepal. Mark believes that through his film work he can share the experiences, joys, trials and tribulations that make us all more human and help break down the barriers of separation in language, politics, and religion.
Walter Murch is a film director, editor and sound designer. Walter’s has worked on films including Apocalypse Now, The Godfather I, II, and III, American Graffiti, The Conversation, The Unbearable Likeness of Being and The English Patient, with three Academy Award wins (from nine nominations: six for picture editing and three for sound mixing), he has been referred to as "the most respected film editor and sound designer in the modern cinema."
Michael began his career as an editor, and his feature film credits include Never Cry Wolf, Mishima, and Amadeus, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award and won the ACE award for Best Feature Editing. He has written and edited the documentaries Freedom on My Mind (Academy Nomination, Sundance Grand Jury Prize), Yosemite: The Fate of Heaven (Emmy Award), and Can't It Be Anyone Else?, for which he received the Christopher Humanitarian Award and the ACE Award for Best Documentary Editing. Michael's editing credits include Waldo Salt: A Screenwriter's Journey (Academy Nomination), The Squires of San Quentin (Academy Nomination), Xtreme: Sports to Die For (HBO, America Undercover) and Moses Pendleton Presents Moses Pendleton. Michael served as consulting editor, co-editor and co-writer on the Oscar-nominated The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers (IDFA Special Jury Award, National Board of Review, Freedom of Expression Award) and consulting editor on Archeology of Memory: Villa Grimaldi (Audience Award, Mill Valley, Special Jury Award, Mendocino) and Trimpin, The Sound of Invention (Cinema Eye Spotlight Nomination).
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