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INTERVIEW: Director Marc Fienberg, "Play the Game"

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Marc Fienberg is an award winning screenwriter, director, and producer with more than a decade of filmmaking experience. 

His feature film, Play The Game, starring Andy Griffith and Doris Roberts, was the #3 most successful independently distributed domestic feature of 2009.  The film played more than 6 months in 300 theaters, and earned more than $650,000 in box office revenue. The movie was also distributed through Blockbuster, Netflix, Showtime, WalMart, Amazon, iTunes, Comcast, Time Warner, DirecTV, Dish Network, and many other outlets.

Currently, Marc is producing the feature film Facebook Revolution, which he wrote and is attached to direct.  Facebook Revolution was chosen as one of the top 30 scripts in the most prestigious screenwriting competition in the nation, the Nicholl Fellowships.  He is also writing a commercial spy thriller and developing a $25M production and distribution film fund.