Writer and director of films, television and commercials.
Marc Grey is the director of DRECKULA, a web series about a depressed vampire living in the suburbs of Tel Aviv. Dreckula aired on the Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation (KAN) and was nominated for an Israeli Television Academy Award.
In 2019 Marc co-wrote the three-part Eurovision Song Contest Television Special, which was broadcast live to 180 million people around the world.
Marc has directed five short films: EAST RIVER (2007), featuring Academy-Award winning actress Lupita Nyong'o in her onscreen debut; NIGHT BEFORE THE MORNING SUN (2014), awarded Best Director at the Cinefiesta Puerto Rico International Film Festival; DREAMCO (2015) which debuted at the Haifa International Film Festival; NO OBJECTIVE (2015), an art film collaboration; and HOW THE OTHER HALF LIVES (2020), a coronavirus lockdown project made entirely of stock footage. His films have been featured in IndieWire, Time Out, The Huffington Post, Film School Rejects, Director’s Notes, Ain’t It Cool News, Looper, Digg.com and Film Shortage.
Marc’s commercial portfolio includes videos for clients such as Volkswagen, Google, HP, Maccabee Beer and Bank Leumi. He is the writer of numerous articles, short stories, screenplays, and video campaigns, and his work has been published in The Daily Beast, The Jerusalem Post, Haaretz, Word Riot, Creative Times and The Forward. He is a graduate of Stanford Law School in California.
Marc lives and works in Tel Aviv.