“The mission of Bert Marcus Productions is to craft distinct,
vibrant and thought-provoking films that deliver socially impactful stories through
an entertaining lens.”
- Bert Marcus, CEO of Bert Marcus Productions
Bert Marcus Productions (“BMP”) finances and produces transformative documentary feature films that continually reimagine the demographic, pace, quality and content of the genre. The company has a powerful track record of award-winning, commercial hits, which includes: “Teenage Paparazzo,” “How to Make Money Selling Drugs,” “Champs,” “What We Started” & “The American Meme.”
BMP also has multiple films and series in the pipeline including a high-profile and anticipated documentary about the Apollo Theater, which features an Academy Award winning director and production team.
Based in LA and NYC, BMP continues to expand its presence in the feature non-scripted world while simultaneously branching out into the feature narrative space with a lineup of projects produced by its sister company, Bert Marcus Film.
Bert Marcus is the Founder and CEO of BMP. Bert has quickly established himself as a pioneer and forward-thinking filmmaker with a dynamic, creative vision. Not only has Bert produced all of the company’s ventures, but he made his directorial debut with “Champs” and has followed up that dynamic success with global success, “What We Started,” and the critically and commercially lauded Netflix Original, “The American Meme.” His most recent project. “The Apollo,” will open the Tribeca Film Festival 2019 and has also been sold to HBO.
Both his filmmaking and fundraising prowess has been featured in exposés in major international publications such as The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, USA Today, Variety’s prestigious “Dealmakers Impact Report,” as a future media maven and leading industry player to watch, named one of “Hollywood’s New Leaders” by Variety and a “King of Doc” in the Details Magazine “Hollywood Mavericks Issue.”
Prior to founding BMP, Bert got his start in the entertainment industry at the age of sixteen in radio with Clear Channel Communications in his hometown of LA. Bert received his undergraduate degree from the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California.