Hannah Marks

Hannah Marks’ latest film as writer-director, Mark, Mary and Some Other People, is out now in select theaters and on demand. As an actress, Marks’ recent films include Dinner in America, I Used To Go Here, and Banana Split, which she also co-wrote and produced. Her other acting film credits include Daniel Isn’t Real, Slash, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Runaways and Accepted, while she starred on TV as the female lead in Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency opposite Elijah Wood. In 2019, Marks made her feature co-directorial debut with the independent film, After Everything starring Maika Monroe and Jeremy Allen, which she also co-wrote. Marks will direct the upcoming film adaptation of John Green’s novel Turtles All The Way Down, is in post-production on the Black List script Don’t Make Me Go, and at the CW is developing The Untitled Hannah Marks Project, a comedic drama written by her and produced by Ben Stiller’s Red Hour. A native of Los Angeles, Marks currently resides in New York and L.A.

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Three Great Things: Hannah Marks

By Hannah Marks | November 9, 2021

Three Great Things: Hannah Marks

The actress turned writer-director, whose new film Mark, Mary and Some Other People is out now, on her pups, New Zealand and the Lakers.

Hannah Marks and Joey Power’s Guide to Shooting Your Ambitious Indie Debut Feature in New York City

By Hannah Marks and Joey Power | October 12, 2018

Hannah Marks and Joey Power’s Guide to Shooting Your Ambitious Indie Debut Feature in New York City

The writer-directors of After Everything share hard-earned wisdom and rookie mistakes from their time making movie magic in the Big Apple.