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Mark Moormann is a Miami-based cinematic storyteller whose acclaimed films have screened theatrically, at major film festivals (Sundance, Toronto, SXSW), museums, airports, and worldwide television.

His documentaries include the Grammy-nominated "Tom Dowd & the Language Of Music", and SXSW Audience Award-winner "For Once In My Life". He's worked as a cinematographer on noted documentaries including "Studio 54", "Itzhak", "Sour Grapes", and recent HBO doc "Icahn: the Restless Billionaire".

Moormann's music industry collaborations include studio shoots with Aerosmith, Michael Jackson, and Andrea Bocelli; on-location with Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, and Garth Brooks; and live performances featuring Shakira, The Bee Gees, and Amy Winehouse's premiere U.S. performance.

In his latest film, "The Day the Music Died", he captures the previously untold story behind the iconic song 'American Pie', offering a detailed look behind the making of the song, and the meaning of Don McLean's lyrics.



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