Intrepid, Never Tepid

The host of the Two Minute Review is filmmaker and video producer Marc Grey.

Marc founded Kozak Films in 2007 and has produced award-winning short films, documentaries, music videos and short programs like the Two Minute Review.

Grey (in pink) preparing to interview Rishad Mistri.

Marc directed “Night Before the Morning Sun,” a 2013 short film inspired by the women of Edward Hopper’s paintings.  His first short film, “East River,” won the award for best cinematography at the 2009 Strasbourg International Film Festival.  Both films were shot by director of photography Kamil Plocki.

Marc is also the producer of “Paul,” a short film directed by internationally acclaimed music video director Adam BizanskiThe film was shot entirely on Marc’s Canon EOS 60D (by director of photography Moshe Mishali), and was awarded the Silver Hugo for the Best Narrative Short Film at the 2012 Chicago International Film Festival and the Best Short Film award at the European Independent Film Festival.

Marc and Moshe are also using the 60D to shoot “Other Halves,” a feature length documentary about love, God and heartbreak in the Holy Land.

Prior to founding Kozak Films, Marc was the publisher of the short-lived Brooklyn local newspaper, The Greenpoint Williamsburg Star Ledger.  He is also a licensed attorney and a member of the New York State Bar.  He holds a JD from Stanford Law School and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Illinois.