Mark Webber has appeared in over 40 films as an actor, working with such notable directors as Jim Jarmusch, Todd Solondz, Lynn Shelton, Thomas Vinterberg, Lars Von Trier, Edgar Wright and Gus Van Sant. His first film as a director, "Explicit Ills" won the audience award and best cinematography award at the 2008 SXSW film festival. He followed with his second film, "The End Of Love" which was nominated for the grand jury prize at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. For his third film, "The Ever After" Webber took a big leap into what he sees as the future of independent film and successfully distributed the film himself after it's world premier at the L.A. Film Festival. "Flesh and Blood" marked his return to SXSW in 2017 where the film was nominated for the Adam Yauch Visionary award. His Latest film "The Place Of No Words" premiered at the 2019 Tribeca film festival and was nominated for best picture, then went to the Munich Film festival and was nominated in the Cinemasters section for best picture, and just recently took home the Best Film award at the 49th Giffoni Film Festival in Italy.
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