Mike Marzuk

Mike Marzuk

Regie, Drehbuch, Schnitt, Sonstiges, Produzent
*30.09.1969 Landsberg am Lech

Biography

Mike Marzuk started his career as a film editor and set up the film production company "illegale farben" in 2004 together with Baran Bo Odar. For "illegale farben", Marzuk worked as an editor on video clips for artists such as Lou Bega, Reamonn, and Bananafishbone, and on advertising films for Adidas, Mercedes-Benz, T-Com, and McDonald"s. Furthermore, Marzuk edited the multiple award-winning short film "Fragile" (2003) and directed advertising films for Playstation 2 and Adidas. In 2007, Marzuk made his film debut as director and screen play writer with the relationship comedy "Weißt was geil wär...?!"

He then directed the teen romance "Sommer" starring Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht. The film became a box office hit, as well as Marzuks next project, the teen musical "Rock It!". Next, he directed "5 Freunde" (2012), the screen adaptation of Enid Blyton's popular book series. With over one million admissions, the film turned out to be a hit at the box office, and was immediately followed by a sequel: "Fünf Freunde 2", again directed by Marzuk, was released in August 2013.

Filmography

2014/2015 Fünf Freunde 4
Director
 
2013/2014 Fünf Freunde 3
Director
 
2012/2013 Fünf Freunde 2
Director, Screenplay
 
2011/2012 Fünf Freunde
Director
 
2009/2010 Rock It!
Director
 
2007/2008 Sommer
Director
 
2006/2007 Weißt was geil wär?
Director, Screenplay, Editing, Casting, Co-Producer
 
2005/2006 Unter der Sonne
Editing
 
2005 Quietsch
Editing
 
2003 Fragile
Editing
 
2002 Opus
Editing
 
2001 180°
Editing
 

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