Communal Coffee with Mark Titus
** Free for NWFF members! **
$15 for non-members
Limited to 15 people
Mark Titus is an award-winning writer + director and founder of August Island Pictures in Seattle. He’s studied acting at the University of Oregon, directing at Vancouver Film School and directing actors with Judith Weston. Since 2004, Mark Titus has written and directed brand films for clients like Amazon, Microsoft, The Nature Conservancy, T-Mobile and the United Nations Development Programme.
Submit a question for Mark through the RSVP form above, then join us on Apr. 20 for coffee and local filmmaker words of wisdom!
ABOUT COMMUNAL COFFEE
Communal Coffee is an ongoing series designed to offer a casual environment for budding filmmakers to converse with seasoned professional filmmakers. Expertise has been offered by other participants such as Megan Griffiths (Director of The Night Stalker, Eden), Lacey Leavitt (CEO of Electric Dream Factory), and Jeff Unay (Director of The Cage Fighter).
As a filmmaker, Mark Titus has directed and produced short films since 2003. In 2014 Mark Titus helmed The Breach – an award-winning feature documentary about wild salmon. The Breach screened at over 25 international film festivals and in 2015 completed a 20-city national theatrical tour across the United States. The Breach is now available worldwide on VOD and disc.
Mark Titus is currently directing The Wild – a new feature documentary examining the fate of Bristol Bay, Alaska and its storied wild salmon runs. The Wild is set for release in 2018.