Mark Freiburger

Stephen Mark Freiburger (born July 16, 1983) is an American filmmaker. Freiburger grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina. Freiburger produced and directed his first feature, Dog Days of Summer, and then directed Greatest Super Bowl Commercial of All Time CBS.

Mark Freiburger
Born
Stephen Mark Freiburger

(1983-07-16) July 16, 1983 (age 36)
Roanoke, Virginia, United States
Alma materUNC School of the Arts
OccupationFilm Director & Screenwriter

Early life and educationEdit

Film workEdit

Commercial workEdit

  • Winner of the 2013 Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest. His commercial Fashionista Daddy made for a mere $300 beat out thousands of other entries, aired during Super Bowl XLVII on February 3, 2013 and was the #1 ranked :30 commercial of the Super Bowl on the USA Today Ad Meter. It landed him a mentorship under director Michael Bay on Transformers: Age of Extinction starring Mark Wahlberg.
  • On January 29, 2014 it was announced during a live broadcast on CBS that his Doritos commercial was ranked the Greatest Super Bowl Commercial of All Time on a countdown of the top 10 commercials in Super Bowl history.
  • Directed 2 commercials for Join.Me in 2016/2017.
  • Directed an anti-drug PSA featuring Jamie Lee Curtis for The Clare Foundation in 2016.
  • Directed an IKEA commercial in South Korea for Spring/Summer 2017 campaign.
  • Directed a campaign of 3 commercials for Samaritan's Feet, for Fall 2017.
  • Co-Directed a Microsoft branded film in 2019.
  • Directed a series of commercials for Fara Coffee, to be released in 2020.

Television workEdit

  • Directed the Cooper & Joey pilot for Nickelodeon.
  • Directed sketch comedy digital shorts for DreamWorksTV.

Theatre workEdit

Other WorkEdit

  • Directed Season 1 of the narrative podcast series BLACKWOOD, produced by Wondery. Released in October 2018.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://deadline.com/2019/03/faith-based-film-female-israeli-leader-arise-ben-howard-1202568640/
  2. ^ "Adrian and Bridget Plass Day with Film Premiere Wednesday 16th May". baylink.org. Archived from the original on 20 April 2018. Retrieved 19 April 2018.

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