Marc Levin is an award winning independent filmmaker who brings narrative and verite techniques together in his feature films, television series and documentaries. Among the many honors for his work, he has won the Sundance Film Festival, three National Emmys and four du Pont-Columbia Awards.
His dramatic feature film, SLAM, received international recognition for its seamless blending of the real world with a narrative flow. Hollywood Reporter wrote, “Brace yourself for a slam-dunk of a movie, in an in-your-face cinema verite-style that makes Godard’s ‘Breathless’ seem like a cartoon.” SLAM won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and the Camera d’Or at Cannes in 1998.
Levin has also assumed the role of Executive Producer on a number of projects. He also periodically directed episodes of the classic TV series, Law and Order.