Mark Turner

Mark Turner

Above the Line Media
Cinematographer, Director, Producer, Screenwriter and Photographer (Still)

Cincinnati, Ohio

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About Mark

Mark R. Turner was born on December 17, 1956 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. He is a producer and writer, known for Corpse de Ballet (2014), Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner (2003) and Behind the Scenes: The Making of Wise Guys? (2012).




  • Corpse de Ballet

    Corpse de Ballet (2014)
    Film (short) by Mark R. Turner (Action, Comedy, Drama and Horror) Producer, Writer, Director, Actor Super rich couple Muffy and Preston are totally oblivious to the plight of the world around them. In fact they are more concerned about their financial status and how much strain it will be on them to have to find a new gardener to realize that they are in the midst of a zombie Apocalypse. Written by Anonymous

  • Wise Guys?

    Wise Guys? (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Producer, Writer, Director, Actor, Casting director A group of recent college graduate gamer nerds don't know what they want to be. When the local crime boss gets arrested they decide they're going to muscle in and take over. The only problem is, they are terrible at it.

  • Behind the Scenes: The Making of Wise Guys?

    Behind the Scenes: The Making of Wise Guys? (2012)
    Film (short) by Mark R. Turner (Comedy) Producer, Writer, Director, Self

  • Comatose: Resurrection Power

    Comatose: Resurrection Power (2012)
    Film (short) by Farooq Ahmad Cinematographer Witness the dramatic effects of the powerful crunch of chips.

  • 4192: The Crowning of the Hit King

    4192: The Crowning of the Hit King (2010)
    Film by Terry Lukemire (Documentary, Biography, History and Sport) Producer, Writer On the evening of September 11, 1985, before a sellout crowd of 52,000 at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Pete Rose was poised to collect hit number 4,192 of his long brilliant career, passing Ty Cobb as the all-time career hits leader. Rose came up to bat in the first inning against the San Diego Padres Eric Show and on the fourth pitch lined a clean single to left center. As he reached first base, thousands of camera flash bulbs fired off rapidly, his teammates mobbed him, fireworks exploded above the stadium and the crowd overwhelmed him with an unprecedented nine-minute standing ovation. In 1963 Pete Rose ran to first base on a walk. Baseball was never the same. From Pete's first at bat to that immortal September evening where history was made, "4192" traces the Hit King's rise as one of baseball's greatest and most controversial stars. Pete Rose was perhaps the most versatile player in Major League Baseball history, having played five hundred or more games at five different ... Written by Anonymous

  • The Greater Good

    The Greater Good (2006)
    Film by Mike Bizzarri (Drama) Producer Mafia Bosses argue the pros and cons of assisting a terrorist in a plot to detonate a nuclear device at the top of the Empire State Building in exchange for one billion dollars each.

  • Dead Horse

    Dead Horse (2004)
    Film by Paul Geiger (Comedy and Crime) Producer, Actor, Camera and Electrical Department Jonathan Minges has just been hired to manage Krandel Karpets, a run-down carpet store with a three-man sales staff who are in need of some serious management. Stu Conklin, a fifty-three year old accident waiting to happen. Charlie Hammerschmidt , a forty-nine year old redneck who's sworn off women. Marty Flemming, a twenty-six year old porn king wannabe who gives new meaning to the term wet behind the ears. Together these four men struggle to keep the failing carpet store open. For all of them it's a second chance. For one them it's murder. Written by Mark R. Turner

  • Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner

    Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner (2003)
    Film (short) by Mark R. Turner (Documentary and Family) Producer, Writer, Director, Cinematographer A non-partisan video post card from Cincinnati area based celebrities/notables to the troops overseas.

  • April's Fool

    April's Fool (2001)
    Film by Paul Geiger Producer A down on his luck accountant, in deep trouble with his bookie, thinks he's found the answer to his problems in a run down night club. He's terribly wrong.

  • Live Nude Shakespeare

    Live Nude Shakespeare (1997)
    Video by Michael D. Fox (Adult and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Shakespeare's plays were intended not to be performed by men only, it turns out, but rather by buxom young women in various stages of undress. Such is the premise of this low-budget vehicle which alternates between scenes of women stripping while performing scenes from the Bard's works and mock interviews with the cast and crew. Written by Jason A. Cormier

  • Evil Ambitions

    Evil Ambitions (1996)
    Film by Michael D. Fox (Drama and Horror) Producer, Camera and Electrical Department A public relations firm is really a front for a devil-worshiping cult that kidnaps young models to sacrifice to the devil. A reporter stumbles onto their operation. Written by

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