Mark Gill
Film Director

Mark is the creative lead at the Chase Films and is involved in the writing or realisation of films for both internal clients and external agencies. Mark has won numerous awards including Fresh Awards, Brand Film festival of London, Kinsale Sharks and Chip Shop awards.

Mark has also been nominated for both an Oscar and BAFTA for his short film The Voorman Problem, which is about a psychiatrist (Martin Freeman) who get called to a prison to examine a prisoner (Tom Hollander) who believes he is a god.

His debut feature film England is Mine, a biopic based on the early life of outspoken singer Morrissey, was released theatrically in the UK (EOne) and USA (Cleopatra Entertainment) in summer 2017. It premièred at Edinburgh International Film Festival as the closing gala film and has secured theatrical sales in key territories such as Japan, Australia, South America and France.

He is currently developing his second feature film The Broadcast along with Riverstone Pictures (Wind River, by Taylor Sheridan, Final Portrait, by Stanley Tucci), an adaptation of sci-fi novel The Testimony.