Marina Zenovich

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Marina Zenovich is an Emmy-winning filmmaker best known for her powerful documentaries that take a nuanced approach to difficult subjects and controversial people. Her work includes documentary features Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired, which earned two Emmys and was named one of the best documentaries of the year; Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic, which received accolades from the Emmys and the NAACP Image Awards; and Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind, which poignantly chronicles the comedian’s life.

In television, Marina most recently directed the Netflix docuseries D.B. Cooper: Where Are You? about the infamous at-large criminal, and the HBO Max docuseries The Way Down about the cult led by Gwen Shamblin. She has also directed two installments in ESPN’s 30 for 30 series, one about the Duke University lacrosse scandal and one about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong. Her commercial work includes branded short films and documentary content for clothing company VF, which is the parent company of Timberland, Nautica, Vans, Seven for all Mankind, and Kipling.

Marina is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the Directors Guild of America, and the International Documentary Association.