Mark Neale

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Mark Neale is a British documentarian and film director based in Los Angeles, California.[1] His best-known work is the 1999 documentary No Maps for These Territories, which profiled cyberpunk author William Gibson. Prior to No Maps, Neale had been an acclaimed music video director,[2] making videos for artists such as U2, Paul Weller and the Counting Crows.[1] In 2003, Neale wrote and directed Faster,[3] a documentary on the MotoGP motorcycle racing world championship, and its sequel The Doctor, the Tornado and the Kentucky Kid in 2006.

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  1. ^ a b Dodson, Sean (April 26, 2001). "The original cyberpunk". The Guardian. "Mark Neale is an LA-based former music director who has made videos for U2, Paul Weller and the Counting Crows. Neale met Gibson while working on the Channel 4 series, Buzz, in the early 90s. The pair first collaborated at the Seville Expo in 1992." 
  2. ^ Cycle World, volume 44, Jan-Jun 2005. CBS Publications. p.78
  3. ^ Lundegaard, Erik. "Why the insane need for speed? "Fastest" falters". Seattle Times. Retrieved 2008-09-24. 

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