Marina Viscun is a double Telly-winning Moldovan-American filmmaker with background in TV, film, digital, branded, and music videos. Marina’s approach toward filmmaking combines her personal and professional experiences as an immigrant, US Navy veteran, college instructor, and content creator.
Marina's directorial debut was music video "Nuke City" in 2014. Her short "scratch on metal" had its World Premiere at San Pedro International Film Festival 2016, along with the short "The Option" that she wrote. Her films had also screened at LACMA's Brown Auditorium, Canon Burbank Shorts Night, and Clovis Veterans Memorial Film Festival. As a producer, Marina has been honored with Bronze Telly for documentary "Big Voice" in 2018 and Silver Telly for “Journey to Safety” PSA in 2012, while "Big Voice" also received multiple awards from Heartland, NFMLA, and South Dakota film festivals in 2015 and short “Ode to Los Angeles" from NFMLA in 2011. Marina’s writing has garnered her success: feature “Seeds” was 1st round finalist at the Sundance Screenwriting Lab 2016 and semi-finalist at The Athena List 2018, and TV pilot “Dress Blues” was named quarter-finalist in the Big Break Final Draft 2017.
Marina is the President of Pingvin Productions, Founder of #WeAreWITI, and PGA, AWD, WiM, and VME member. She has also served as the Head of Production at Pulse Films US and Producer at Caviar LA.