• 'Lights2' Phedon Papamichael ASC
  • 'Butterfly' SonyBMG 2006
  • Icehotel 'Frigid Dare' 2010
  • Olympic Ceremonies Music - Athens 2004
  • Australia 2k 60fps 2010
  • Recording Olympic Music 2004
  • Directing Sir John Mills at Pinewood 2005
  • Icehotel 'Mind The Gap' 2013
  • 'Lights2' Phedon Papamichael ASC
  • Pinewood 'Lights2'
  • 'Splat!' 2000
  • Hollywood Beach CA 2015
  • The Secret Class 2012
  • Icehotel 2013
  • Recording the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • The Troop (it's a wrap) 1998
  • Arctic 2010
  • Icehotel 'Frigid Dare' 2010
  • The Troop 1998

Marcus Dillistone is a Royal premiered and award-winning British film director based in Los Angeles. Marcus' films have garnered over 30 international awards. He has worked with Oscar-winning actors and cinematographers such as John Mills, Glenda Jackson, Richard Attenborough, Jack Cardiff and Ronnie Taylor. He has worked in many different genres, including: cinema, television, documentaries, special projects, commercials, promos and major live events. His experience spans 25 years and 100+ films.

Marcus has worked on numerous high-profile projects, including The Troop (DoP Alex Thomson BSC) which had a Royal Premiere at BAFTA, and as Associate Producer Music for the Olympic Opening & Closing Ceremonies in Athens 2004.
Marcus has also twice created an art suite at the famous ICEHOTEL in Arctic Sweden, at temperatures down to -40º.

Marcus' feature documentary on the life of Sir John Mills ('Moving Memories'), was critically acclaimed, with an extraordinary all-star cast (part of the BBC's Christmas schedule). He also directed the BFI's live tribute to Sir John, directing artists such as Dame Kiri TeKanawa, Roger Moore, Richard Attenborough, Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Sarah Miles, Stephen Fry, plus Hayley and Juliet Mills.

Marcus' commercial projects include films for Glaxo SmithKline, British Airways, Apple, JVC, FujiFilm, Audi, Zanussi, Pfizer, and Marks & Spencer. Marcus is also involved in consultancy, and education (he lectures in the US, Europe, Japan and the Middle East).