Mark Barkawitz

Mark Barkawitz

Woof Books
Screenwriter

San Marino, California

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August 2013
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About Mark

BIO
Mark Barkawitz has earned local and national awards for his fiction, poetry, essay, and screenwriting. His work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, literary journals & anthologies, ‘zines, and on dozens of websites. He has IMDb feature film credits as screenwriter, actor, & associate producer (Mark Bark) for “Turn of the Blade” (NorthStar Ent.) and supporting actor in “The Killing Time” (New World Pictures). He’s taught creative writing classes, coached a championship track team of student-athletes, and ran the 2001 L.A. Marathon. He lives with his wife and has two kids in Pasadena, CA. His new e-novel GIANT KILLERS is now available @ Amazon.com (averaging 4½ stars). www.markbark.org

Unique traits: Surfer

Links

Loglines

  • FEELIN' LUCKY

    FEELIN' LUCKY Drama What happens when the other woman misses her period?

Credits

  • Molly

    Molly
    Film (short) by Student Film Lead

  • Watch Dogs

    Watch Dogs
    Film (short) by Berk/Bark Productions Stuntman/Extra

  • American Conversation

    American Conversation
    Industrial by Unit One/Rose International Supporting

  • Doing Time on Planet Earth

    Doing Time on Planet Earth
    Film by Cannon Films Extra

  • PCAC Game of the Week

    PCAC Game of the Week
    Television by PCAC Productions Play-by-Play Announcer

  • The Killing Time

    The Killing Time
    Film by New World Pictures Supporting/Stuntman

  • The World of Albert Ash

    The World of Albert Ash
    Television by Mark Bark Productions Co-star

  • Turn of the Blade

    Turn of the Blade
    Film by NorthStar Entertainment Supporting

Awards

  • 1st Place - International Fiction Contest, www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org
    (2012)

  • Finalist - Literature, Poetry & Photography Categories - Line Zero Literary Contest
    (2012)

  • National Winner-12th Annual Salute to Arts Poetry Contest, Triton College
    ('93)

  • Finalist - The Iris Project (national talent search), Chicago, IL
    ('93)

  • Awarded private grant by arts patron Shirley J. Berk, Malibu, CA.
    ('88)

  • 1st Place-Screenwriting Contest, CSULB
    ('84)

  • 2nd Place—University Writers’ Competition, CSULB
    ('82)

  • 1st Place—Bill Jaquith Memorial Scholarship Award
    ('82)

Education

  • Master of Arts—Creative Fiction & Scriptwriting, CSULB, ’86
    (1982-1986)

  • Bachelor of Arts cum laude—English/Creative Writing, CSULB, ’82
    (1982-1986)

  • Associate of Arts—Business Administration, Pasadena City College, ’72
    (1982-1986)

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