Dylan Mars Greenberg
Paper Magazine said it best: " Somewhere between the faded pastels and grainy VHS footage of the '80s and the neo-Dada internet iconoclasm of today lies Dylan Mars Greenberg." Greenberg got an early foothold into the art world; by the time she was 15 she was performing in East Village clubs and dive bars, releasing a full length synth pop album as "Disck" and ending up with a photo spread in NY Times Magazine. When she was 17, she directed her first feature film "Glamarus', produced by veteran art film director and actor Scott Shaw. She followed this with her art-horror film Wakers and then almost immediately began production on another film called Dark Prism, which ended up generating massive press attention in Pitchfork, NME, Flavorwire, SPIN. and the AV Club. Since then she has directed several more feature films and works professionally as a music video director, her work appearing in Rolling Stone, HuffPost, BrooklynVegan Alt Press and European national television. Greenberg's style has been compared to Andy Warhol's factory, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, John Waters, Ryan Trecartin, and David Lynch. She has worked with major figures in the entertainment industry such as Golden Globe winner Michael C. Hall, Mac DeMarco, hip hop legend Schooly D and Matt Katz-Bohen, underground art icons like Lloyd Kaufman, Reverend Jen, and Robert Prichard, and up and coming young people such as Kansas Bowling, Sofe Cote, Blessing C.S., Yolpie Kaiser, Chandani Smith, and Max Husten. Her upcoming feature film Spirit Riser, featuring Michael Madsen, Cherie Currie, Patti Harrison, Dorian Electra and Kate Bornstein, releases soon.
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