Nov. 7th 17:00
about the speaker
Mark Molloy has established himself as a master of visual storytelling. Characterized by his unique ability to tell human stories, there’s an ever present life force intrinsic to his work. Whether crafting strikingly cinematic films or finding subtle, nuanced and relatable performances, Molloy brings compassion, perseverance and a relentless focus on craft to all that he does. His career to date has earned him numerous accolades such as the Cannes Lions Grand Prix, multiple other Cannes Lions and top awards at AICP, Clios, CICLOPE, D&AD, and The One Show among others.
Molloy ascended to new heights directing Apple’s four-part series Apple at Work – The Underdogs. The series has garnered more than 157 million views to-date, and the third installment, Escape from the Office, won the coveted Film Grand Prix at Cannes Lions. Last year, Molloy was named Director of the Year at CICLOPE, shots Awards, and British Arrows, while earning a nomination for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Commercials at the DGA Awards.
Molloy recently wrapped production on his feature directorial debut for Netflix’s Beverly Hills Cop: Axel Foley, starring Eddie Murphy, Joseph Gordon Levitt, and Kevin Bacon. Producer Jerry Bruckheimer himself scouted Molloy for the film following his commercial directing success.
Molloy has firmly established himself in a new class of auteur commercial filmmakers. Molloy wears his talent and well earned success with great ease, generosity and class.
Mark Molloy has established himself as a master of visual storytelling. Characterized by his unique ability to tell human stories, there’s an ever present life force intrinsic to his work. He rose to prominence directing Apple’s three-part video series Apple at Work – The Underdogs, packed with dynamic filmmaking, charming storytelling and the most rewarding conclusion. Join Mark as he walks the audience through an exclusive insight on what went behind this monumental trilogy of films.