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Having made his first film Night Commuters, in Northern Uganda, about the children affected by war, Marc went on to work with acclaimed film-maker Nick Broomfield on a number of his films, co-writing and associate producing Battle for Haditha. He also produced Broomfield’s Sarah Palin: You Betcha! in 2011 and then Sex My British Job in 2013. In 2015, he produced Tales of the Grim Sleeper, shortlisted for the 2015 Academy Awards.

Marc directed and produced “Shooting Ghosts”, a documentary following Broomfield making his film Ghosts, and directed a film for Amnesty International, Still Human, Still Here, about the destitution of refused asylum seekers. He went on to direct On That Day, an investigative look at a massacre by US Marines of Iraqi civilians in 2005 for Channel 4 in the UK.

Returning to Africa in 2010, Marc directed and produced with partner Juan Reina Albino United – a documentary following an albino football team in Tanzania, a country where albinos are murdered for their body parts, which are believed to bring wealth and good luck. The film was made with Channel 4 and National Geographic, and screened internationally at IDFA, Sheffield, and other festivals.

In April 2014, Marc became the Head Producer for a team exclusively producing 3 weekly programs for CNN; One a 30 minute character led program called African Voices, another a show focusing on entrepreneurs called African Start Up, and the third a business program across the continent called Market Place Africa.

In 2016 Marc produced Going Going Gone, an architectural series for the BBC. He followed this up in 2017 by producing and editing the critically acclaimed documentary Whitney: Can I Be Me, a feature length documentary on Whitney Houston for Showtime and the BBC, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival.