David Marr is the ringmaster at Marrvelous Films, a San Francisco Bay Area independent film and video production company. Since 2004, this alumnus of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts has written, directed, edited, and produced numerous short films, promos, and music video projects in the bay area. In addition to filmmaking, he has performed on stage as well as in film, and has written numerous screenplays and teleplays. Some of his filmmaking influences include Hitchcock, Almodovar, Billy Wilder, David Fincher, and Francis Ford Coppola.
David Marr has also participated in a variety of film festivals and contests including the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project, Zeitgest International Film Festival 36 Hour Film Experiment, Tax Cut Online Super Sweet Refund Contest, John Morrell Pimp My Grill Contest, and Life’s Good When…Contest.
On the internet, Marrvelous Films have been watched by over a hundred thousand people on sites such as FunnyOrDie, OpenFilm, MetaCafe, Vimeo and YouTube. David Marr was also awarded the Editors Choice Award on Crackle, and has been a featured producer in the Director’s Cut channel on MetaCafe.
Currently, David is the producer of the documentary retrospective, The Burning Man Film Festival which has screened in cities across the world including Johannesburg, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, New York, Calgary, Edmonton, London, Paris, Berlin, Lithuania, Rio de Janeiro, South Africa, Shanghai, Tahoe, and Bristol. He is also an active member of the San Francisco International Film Festival.