Marc Martinez

Marc Martinez

Picture Ventures LLC
Screenwriter, Director, Director of Photography and Editor

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
November 2017
Last online:
1 week ago
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About Marc

I graduated LA Film School in '02. Been working in production ever since. I'm a cinematographer with my own camera and gear. I directed my first feature film this year. Whew what a ride! I'm also an accomplished editor. Writing my second screenplay which I'm looking to produce this year. I have vast skillset but the things I excel in are in the storytelling process; story structure, mood lighting, directing tension, and nuanced, scene appropriate editing. I operate moving camera, Ronin stabilizer, and am a drone pilot. To say I'm passionate about filmmaking would be an understatement. I love collaborating with people who share that same passion.

Unique traits: Fluent in English and Spanish. I can rapp!



  • 50K

    50K (2018)
    Film (Crime and Thriller) Director When Robert Stone is kidnapped and held hostage, his only chance of survival is to engage in a campaign of psychological warfare against his captors.

  • The Rapist

    The Rapist (2017)
    Film (Crime, Drama, Thriller, Film-Noir and 1 More) Director Trophy housewife Debra Finley has everything a woman could want but when a break-in burglar assaults and rapes her, we find that Debra has been harboring deep, intimate secrets in this Neo-Noir stylized short film.

  • If I Only Knew

    If I Only Knew (2015)
    Film (Short and Drama) Director When a young mother tells her husband she is pregnant with their second child, his reaction is not what she had hoped for. Now faced with the guilt and post traumatic stress of an abortion, the young mother tells her story to a priest through confession.

  • Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes

    Bigfoot: The Lost Coast Tapes (2012)
    Film (Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Sound department Sean Reynolds, a highly acclaimed investigative journalist (who strongly believed in paranormal phenomena), destroyed his career when the most watched episode of his reality show, based on paranormal phenomena, turned out to be a hoax. Sean saw a news report on a "Bigfoot Hunter" (Carl Drybeck) who claimed to possess the body of a dead Sasquatch. He believes Drybeck is a phony and decides to create a new show that reveals people's paranormal claims as hoaxes. Sean assembles his old film crew and heads to Northern California's "Lost Coast" to meet with and interview Drybeck. Obsessed, Sean is staking his comeback, his life and the lives of his documentary film crew on proving Drybeck's claim to be a hoax. Written by Chevez Frazier


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