Marina Viscun is a double Telly-winning Moldovan-American filmmaker. She has been honored with two Telly Awards ("Big Voice" documentary, 2018; "Journey to Safety" PSA, 2012), multiple Best Documentary awards ("Big Voice"), and Grand Jury and Audience Awards ("Ode to Los Angeles") as a producer.
Marina Viscun’s directorial debut was the experimental music video "Nuke City" (2014), followed by the LACMA-supported military short "scratch on metal" (2016). She is currently in post-production on her LGBTQ+ short "Last Night", in preproduction on her sexual violence short "Reverse", and in development of her foreign-language indie "Seeds".
Marina Viscun’s notable screenwriting credits include her feature "Seeds" (semi-finalist, Athena List 2018; shortlist, Sundance Screenwriting Lab 2016) and television pilot "Dress Blues" (quarter-finalist, Big Break 2017). Marina also writes character-driven romantic comedies, sci-fi, horror, and period screenplays, stage plays, as well as shorts that she directs.
Marina Viscun is the President of Pingvin Productions, Founder of the #WeAreWITI collective, and former Head of Production at Pulse Films US. She is a member of the Producers Guild of America, Alliance of Women Directors, and Veterans in Media & Entertainment. She is trilingual (English, Russian, and Romanian) and is a US Navy veteran.