Mark Moormann is a Miami-based filmmaker whose acclaimed documentaries have screened theatrically, at major film festivals (Sundance, Toronto, SXSW), museums, airports, and worldwide television.
His latest feature-length film,"The Day the Music Died", was nominated for a 2023 MTV Movie & TV Award. It captures the previously untold story of the iconic song 'American Pie', and the meaning of Don McLean's cryptic lyrics.
His feature-length docs 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 HBO's "Icahn: the Restless Billionaire".
Moormann's music industry collaborations include studio shoots with Aerosmith, Michael Jackson, and Andrea Bocelli; interviews with Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, and Garth Brooks; and live performances featuring Shakira, The Bee Gees, and Amy Winehouse's premiere U.S. performance at SXSW.