Culture Spotlight Featuring Mark Gauthier
Mark Gauthier was born in Brooklyn New York but was raised down south in Kissimmee Florida, where he begin to hone his talent and skills In acting world. Mark made a decision to move to New York City to peruse a career in acting and take his career seriously . Using his skills in improv acting and stand up, Mark made his first impression in the comedic world in playing comedic characters roles. Mark is now added a new chapter to his name as a writer producer and co directing in his first project “Round Table”. And hopes to continue making impactful work that will be see across the world and making a meaning impact.
Tell us about your experience at the Hip Hop Film Festival. The Hip Hop film festivals was a great experience, even though things were virtual you still can sense the vibes.
Why are stories from the culture important? Stories for the culture are important because it’s tell stories that need to be heard, stories that need to spark off a conversation that sill shift the way “ we” were doing things.
What projects are you working on now? Right now I’m trying to get funding for my next short “ Can we just say Ahmen” and in the process of writing Round Table 2, and continue my acting career.
Why do you think the Harlem Film House and Hip Hop Film Festival are important? Harlem Film House and Hip Hop Film Festival is important because it give the opportunity to give the people the stories that they want to see, from people that walk in their shoes. These platform give the voices and vision to people that look like me that wanna tell a story.