Marc Ostrick

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Marc Ostrick
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Occupation(s)Filmmaker, environmentalist, explorer

Marc Ostrick (born 1973) is an American born filmmaker and content creator, specializing in television, documentaries and emerging media. He attended the New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida for High-School before attending the New York University Tisch School of the Arts for his Undergraduate in Film & Television Production and English Literature. In 2009 Marc Ostrick launched eGuiders, one of the first websites to curate and recommend the best videos across the internet from industry experts.[1]


24: Conspiracy was the first narrative series made specifically for mobile devices in 2005. Dubbed "mobisodes" by Lucy Hood at News Corp. 24: Conspiracy was a digital spin off to the television series 24 and was nominated for an Emmy Award in the Broadband Entertainment category.[2] Ostrick was embedded in a television production[3] to create and oversee a Transmedia Storytelling experience fully for the HBO series, John From Cincinnati (2006 - 2007), created by David Milch, and Kem Nunn.

Marc Ostrick's other credits include:


  1. ^ "eGuiders cuts through clutter of a gazillion videos online -". Retrieved 2017-10-12.
  2. ^ "24: Conspiracy nominated for Emmy Award - 24 Spoilers". 24 Spoilers. Retrieved 2017-10-11.
  3. ^ ""John from Cincinnati's" man behind the viral vid curtain". Variety. 2007-08-10. Retrieved 2017-12-12.
  4. ^ "Sharp Eye". Retrieved 2017-12-12.
  5. ^ Hill, Brandon, Deadliest Shark, Jeff Alberts, Bruce Ayau, Barry Bruce, retrieved 2017-10-12
  6. ^ Romeiro, Joe (2017-07-24), Shark Vortex, Joe Romeiro, Greg Skomal, retrieved 2017-10-12
  7. ^ Ostrick, Marc (2017-07-28), Lair of the Sawfish, Luke Tipple, retrieved 2017-10-12
  8. ^ "Welcome to One Laguna - Laguna Beach Magazine | Firebrand Media LLC". Laguna Beach Magazine | Firebrand Media LLC. 2014-03-18. Retrieved 2017-10-12.
  9. ^ Indiewire (2003-03-07). "Full Frame Doc Festival Opening with World Premiere of "Seabiscuit"". IndieWire. Retrieved 2017-12-12.
  10. ^ Ostrick, Marc (2002), Open Hearted, retrieved 2017-10-16
  11. ^ "Without A Net: Creating NYPD Blue". Retrieved 2017-10-11.

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