Marlin Darrah is perhaps the world’s most traveled film-maker. The award-winning executive director of the production company International Film & Video has produced programs in than 140 countries worldwide, yielding more than 70 documentary and travel-adventure programs to date. PBS, History Channel, Discovery Channel, CNN, FOX, CBS, ABC, TBN and MTV all have aired Darrah’s international footage or programs. A two-hour documentary he shot and co-directed in Egypt was screened last year at the Cairo Opera House to an audience of 3,000 guests. Over the years, Darrah has produced promotional programs for dozens of educational and international travel-adventure clients. Several respected stock footage companies (including National Geographic Television and Film Library) represent thousands of Darrah’s best international HD shots. In addition to international production, Darrah tours for 3 months each year presenting his unique 90-min travel-adventure programs to audiences throughout America.
Recently Darrah also wrote, directed and produced an acclaimed dramatic feature film, “Monsoon Wife,” in Cambodia – the first American movie shot entirely in that SE Asian country since “Lord Jim.” Darrah’s productions have screened and won awards at more than 15 national and international film festivals in Rome, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, British Columbia, Florida, Arizona, Oregon and Washington.