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Mark Webber is known to audiences for a host of diverse movie roles, including his ones in Jim Jarmusch’s Broken Flowers, also for Focus Features; Ethan Hawke’s Chelsea Walls and The Hottest State, starring in the latter opposite Catalina Sandino Moreno; Adam Bhala Lough’s Bomb the System and Weapons; Todd Solondz’s Storytelling; Marc Levin’s Whiteboyz; Morgan J. Freeman’s Just Like the Son; Stephen Berra’s The Good Life; Gil Kofman’s The Memory Thief; Woody Allen’s Hollywood Ending; Ben Younger’s Boiler Room; Josh Sternfeld’s Winter Solstice; Thomas Vinterberg’s Dear Wendy; Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. the World; and Moisés Kaufman’s telefilm The Laramie Project.
His first feature as writer/director, Explicit Ills, won the Audience Award and the Cinematography Award (for Patrice Lucien Cochet’s work) at the 2008 South by Southwest Film Festival; the movie starred Rosario Dawson, Paul Dano, and Naomie Harris.
At the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, in addition to starring in the world premieres For a Good Time, Call… and Michael Mohan’s Save the Date, Mr. Webber debuted his second movie as writer/director, The End of Love. He also produced and starred in the film opposite child actor Issac Love; the cast also includes Shannyn Sossamon, Michael Cera, Jason Ritter, Amanda Seyfried, Aubrey Plaza, and Jocelin Donahue. The End of Love is being released theatrically and on Video-On-Demand (VOD) by Wrekin Hill Pictures in August 2012.