Marc Eisenchteter is a Paris-based producer and screenplay writer. He graduated from New York University, Tisch School of The Arts with a BFA in Film and Television.
His productions have been broadcast in the United States, United Kingdom and France by companies such as The Family Channel (U.S.A.), The U.S.A. Network, B.B.C., France Televisions, Arte (France) and TF1 (France). Documentary credits include “Napoleon: The Campaign of Russia” for B.B.C. in 2013, “The Mystery of Vanikoro” for France 3 in 2007 and “Trafalgar” for Arte in 2001. Writing credits include Counterstrike (U.S.A. Network) and Katts and Dog (The Family Channel) both in 1991, L’Annex in 1993 (Télé-Images), from 1999 until 2005 he was the head writer for the series “Mission Protection Rapprochée” (TF1), he created the TV films “Rumeurs” in 2014 and Mallory in 2016 (France Televisions)
He has also lectured in filmmaking at Le Femis in France, Télévision Suisse Romande in Switzerland, the University of Burgundy in France, the University of Manchester and Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Italy.
The current projects he is involved in include a detective series for France Televisions and the feature documentary The World Ended on Mango Street.