Marina Zenovich is a critically acclaimed two time Emmy award winning filmmaker. Her films have been praised for their powerful storytelling and their thoughtful, sensitive approach to difficult subjects and controversial people. Alongside her documentary work, Marina has also done extensive branded content work — both short films and documentaries — for the clothing company VF (parent company of Timberland, Nautica, Vans, Seven For Mankind and Kipling, among others).
Marina’s films include LANCE, a psychological portrait of cyclist Lance Armstrong, Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind, Fantastic Lies — about the Duke Lacrosse scandal, Walter and Power: A California Heist, and Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic, among others.
Recent series include Roku’s What Happens in Hollywood which focuses on gender, sex and power in Hollywood and HBO Max’s The Way Down: God, Greed and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin, which became the most viewed docu-series in the platform’s history. Season two will debut this spring.
Before becoming a director, Marina was an actress.