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Mark Freiburger is a Actor, Director, Scriptwriter and Producer American born on 16 july 1983 at Roanoke (USA)

Mark Freiburger

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Birth name Stephen Mark Freiburger
Nationality USA
Birth 16 july 1983 (37 years) at Roanoke (USA)

Stephen Mark Freiburger (born July 16, 1983 in Roanoke, Virginia) is an American filmmaker. Freiburger grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, attending Providence High School and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. At 22, Freiburger produced and directed his first feature, Dog Days of Summer. Freiburger is a member of the Producers Guild of America and resides in Los Angeles, California.

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Filmography of Mark Freiburger (4 films)

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Actor

The Rage: Carrie 2, 1h44
Directed by Katt Shea
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Horror
Themes L'adolescence, Films about education, Films about children, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, Films about suicide, L'enfance marginalisée, Films about psychiatry, Films about school violence, Films about virginity
Actors Emily Bergl, Mena Suvari, Jason London, Amy Irving, Dylan Bruno, J. Smith-Cameron
Roles Skateboard Kid
Rating47% 2.356872.356872.356872.356872.35687
Barbara Lang paints a barrier around her living room to protect her telekinetic daughter, Rachel, from the devil. Barbara is soon institutionalized for schizophrenia.

Director

Jimmy
Jimmy (2013)
, 1h35
Directed by Mark Freiburger
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Fantasy
Actors Ted Levine, Kelly Carlson, Patrick Fabian, Bob Gunton, Burgess Jenkins, Jackson Pace
Rating61% 3.052563.052563.052563.052563.05256
The central character of the film is a challenged fourteen-year-old autistic named Jimmy Mitchell (portrayed by Ian Colletti). In the quaint town of Pinery Grove, Georgia, he lives under the loving care of his family, striving to overcome the day-to-day struggles that surface.
Dog Days of Summer, 1h30
Directed by Mark Freiburger
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Richard Herd, Devon Gearhart, Colin Ford, Will Patton, Megan Blake, Gregory Alan Williams
Rating56% 2.8083852.8083852.8083852.8083852.808385
Dog Days of Summer opens with adult Philip Walden paying a visit to the unnamed town where he grew up. In a voiceover, he expresses his disgust over the ramshackle, broken down state of things, and, with trepidation, recalls "the summer I unwillingly grew up."

Scriptwriter

Jimmy
Jimmy (2013)
, 1h35
Directed by Mark Freiburger
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Fantasy
Actors Ted Levine, Kelly Carlson, Patrick Fabian, Bob Gunton, Burgess Jenkins, Jackson Pace
Rating61% 3.052563.052563.052563.052563.05256
The central character of the film is a challenged fourteen-year-old autistic named Jimmy Mitchell (portrayed by Ian Colletti). In the quaint town of Pinery Grove, Georgia, he lives under the loving care of his family, striving to overcome the day-to-day struggles that surface.
The Trial
The Trial (2010)

Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Actors Matthew Modine, Randy Wayne, Bob Gunton, Robert Forster, Rance Howard, Clare Carey
Roles Writer
Rating56% 2.8012452.8012452.8012452.8012452.801245
After his two sons and wife die in a horrific car crash, suicide seems to be the only escape for small town attorney Kent "Mac" McClain until he's assigned a capital punishment case involving the murder of the daughter of a powerful business man, in which the victim was drugged. All the odds seem stacked against McClain, and he loses the case. However, McClain manages to save the accused man's life by getting him off death row. At the end of the movie, a private investigator discovers that it was someone else who committed the murder and McClain's client is exonerated.
Dog Days of Summer, 1h30
Directed by Mark Freiburger
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Richard Herd, Devon Gearhart, Colin Ford, Will Patton, Megan Blake, Gregory Alan Williams
Roles Story
Rating56% 2.8083852.8083852.8083852.8083852.808385
Dog Days of Summer opens with adult Philip Walden paying a visit to the unnamed town where he grew up. In a voiceover, he expresses his disgust over the ramshackle, broken down state of things, and, with trepidation, recalls "the summer I unwillingly grew up."

Producer

Jimmy
Jimmy (2013)
, 1h35
Directed by Mark Freiburger
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Fantasy
Actors Ted Levine, Kelly Carlson, Patrick Fabian, Bob Gunton, Burgess Jenkins, Jackson Pace
Roles Executive Producer
Rating61% 3.052563.052563.052563.052563.05256
The central character of the film is a challenged fourteen-year-old autistic named Jimmy Mitchell (portrayed by Ian Colletti). In the quaint town of Pinery Grove, Georgia, he lives under the loving care of his family, striving to overcome the day-to-day struggles that surface.
The Trial
The Trial (2010)

Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Actors Matthew Modine, Randy Wayne, Bob Gunton, Robert Forster, Rance Howard, Clare Carey
Roles Producer
Rating56% 2.8012452.8012452.8012452.8012452.801245
After his two sons and wife die in a horrific car crash, suicide seems to be the only escape for small town attorney Kent "Mac" McClain until he's assigned a capital punishment case involving the murder of the daughter of a powerful business man, in which the victim was drugged. All the odds seem stacked against McClain, and he loses the case. However, McClain manages to save the accused man's life by getting him off death row. At the end of the movie, a private investigator discovers that it was someone else who committed the murder and McClain's client is exonerated.
Dog Days of Summer, 1h30
Directed by Mark Freiburger
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Richard Herd, Devon Gearhart, Colin Ford, Will Patton, Megan Blake, Gregory Alan Williams
Roles Producer
Rating56% 2.8083852.8083852.8083852.8083852.808385
Dog Days of Summer opens with adult Philip Walden paying a visit to the unnamed town where he grew up. In a voiceover, he expresses his disgust over the ramshackle, broken down state of things, and, with trepidation, recalls "the summer I unwillingly grew up."