Marius Klovning

Marius Klovning

Silver Camera Media LLC

Camera operator, cinematographer and crew in Houston, Texas

About Marius

Name: Marius Klovning

Lives in: Houston, Texas

Company: Silver Camera Media LLC

Occupation: Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Crew, Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Filmmaker, First Assistant Camera, Location Scout, Producer, Production Assistant and Second Assistant Camera

Credits

  • Closer to Home

    Closer to Home (2016)
    Film (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department When a social worker named (FAITH) begins to investigate a series of in depth cases,she begins to become emotionally involved. Which is breaking the number one Cardinal rule of her job. This pandora box of emotions begins to unravel & pull back the layers on FAITHS own past. Leading her down a path of discovery,that no one is expecting.

  • Journey

    Journey (2016)
    Film (Drama) Producer Roberto is a young man who is trying to find his way back home to his family. His desire to push forward despite facing seemingly insurmountable obstacles is the heart of his odyssey. Roberto on his path is constantly faced with the opportunity to quit and give in to defeat. However, it's the voice of those who came before him, which fuels his passion for Legacy. If you had the opportunity to secure your legacy but the only thing standing in your way was hell. Would you be willing to endure the burns?

  • Helen Alone

    Helen Alone (2014)
    Film (Drama) Actor Left alone by her parents for the first time, a teenager finds herself on a 24-hour journey through the dark side of suburbia where an odd cast of characters all battle to control her fate.

  • Dark Silence

    Dark Silence (2014)
    Film (Short and Horror) Actor Add a Plot »

  • Take It Back

    Take It Back (2013)
    Film (Short and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department In "Take It Back", the main character, Robert Kliner, is the DA for an undisclosed city and is prosecuting a high-profile organized crime syndicate. As is his custom when prosecuting cases like these, Kliner has relocated his family out of his home and sent his children to his wife's parent's house while his wife joins him in an inconspicuous, seedy motel. Once they've checked into their motel room for the evening, his wife, Diana Kliner, takes the opportunity afforded to them by their seclusion to bring up that she is no longer happy with how the family works, citing her difficulties at work and the complications that accompany frequently having to pull the children out of school. Robert feels ambushed by this sudden revelation and lashes out, saying some hurtful things, and storming out into the parking lot to cool off. Meanwhile, at the same motel, some hit-men from the very organization that Robert is prosecuting are there to "take care" of someone completely unrelated to the case... Written by Anonymous

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