Some of the talented filmmakers who work on Split Screen:

Marina Zenovich
Marina Zenovich spent the last two years making her first film, INDEPENDENT'S DAY, a documentary about independent filmmakers and the changing independent film scene in Park City, Utah. INDEPENDENT'S DAY will be screening throughout the year at various film festivals including Slamdance, Santa Barbara, South by Southwest, New Haven, and the BBC Short Film Festival in London.

Before making INDEPENDENT'S DAY, Marina held a variety of jobs including: playing a studio executive in Robert Altman's THE PLAYER (the "Can't we talk about anything other than Hollywood?" scene), serving as one of Jerry Brown's press representatives during the 1992 presidential campaign, walking Kyle MacLachlan's surly dogs and answering Jimmy Caan's telephone. She has also worked at ICM, UTA, AWA, and besides starring in the never-released indie film AIMLESS, she "discovered" her co-star in the film in a deli in Soho -- the same deli she now frequents working at SPLIT SCREEN. She has written articles, acted Off and Off-Off Broadway, directed segments of REAL FILMMAKERS, IFC's original series which features highlights of IFP West's Meet The Director Series, and worked at IFC's Next Wave Films.

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