Hannah Marks


Tribeca 2021 Women Directors: Meet Hannah Marks – “Mark, Mary & Some Other People”

Hannah Marks made her feature co-directorial debut with the independent film “After Everything,” which she also co-wrote. The film premiered in competition at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival. Her acting credits include “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency” and “Daniel Isn’t Real.” She starred in “Banana Split,” which she also co-wrote and produced. Marks will direct the film adaptation of “Turtles All the Way Down,” making her one of the youngest female directors ever hired to direct a studio film.
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‘Don’t Make Me Go’: John Cho Joins Hannah Marks’ New Road Trip Drama

Hannah Marks has evolved her acting career into an impressive filmmaking run, writing the surprisingly hilarious girlfriends comedy Banana Split, and directing a pair of films in After Everything and the upcoming Mark, Mary & Some Other People. Not wasting any time, Marks has already lined up her next film and found her lead actors, which includes Star Trek and Searching‘s John Cho.

‘Don’t Make Me Go’: John Cho To Star In New Road Trip Dramedy From Director Hannah Marks

While Hannah Marks might be best known for her acting roles, appearing in projects such as “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency,” “Daniel Isn’t Real,” and “I Used to Go Here,” the actress has become a strong up-and-coming filmmaking talent, writing the hilarious comedy, “Banana Split” and directing the recent drama, “After Everything.” And it appears she’s continuing her filmmaking evolution with an exciting new dramedy, “Don’t Make Me Go.”