Mark Neale is a British documentarian and film director based in Los Angeles, California. 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, making videos for artists such as U2, Paul Weller and the Counting Crows. In 2003, Neale wrote and directed Faster, a documentary on the MotoGP motorcycle racing world championship, and its sequel The Doctor, the Tornado and the Kentucky Kid in 2006.
- Mojo Working: Jimi Hendrix (1992)
- No Maps for These Territories (1999)
- Faster (2003)
- Faster & Faster (2004)
- The Doctor, the Tornado and the Kentucky Kid (2006)
- Charge, Zero Emissions/Maximum Speed (2011)
- Fastest (2011)
- 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."
- Cycle World, volume 44, Jan-Jun 2005. CBS Publications. p.78
- Lundegaard, Erik. "Why the insane need for speed? "Fastest" falters". Seattle Times. Retrieved 2008-09-24.
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