MARDINA MEDIA is a film production company located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
We desire to create films that both entertain and challenge.
Film Making is our passion, and creativity is our soul.
Top Talent on our Current Production
Mark Todd Bruner
Creative Director, Executive Producer
Mark started his career as a performer working in Film, Television, and Theater. Over the years, his passion for storytelling drew him towards writing and directing, then into producing. Mark founded and ran an Off-Broadway Theater for eight seasons before stepping away from the industry for a business career. However, his passion for telling compelling stories always remained. Three years ago, Mr. Bruner used the skills he learned while in the business world to found Daddy B Productions, which has now evolved into MARDINA MEDIA.
Chef Dina Barton Puleo
Executive Producer, Director of Craft Services
Dina began her growth and love for the stage under the direction of several directors and music leaders. She soon started doing monologues, small roles on stage, and eventually became a drama director for a few megachurches. As an actress and director, she also has a passion for writing and storytelling. Dina became an award-winning chef, and as Director of Craft Services, will occasionally do craft services and catering for Mardina Media.
Director of Photography / Editor
Mark David is an award-winning Writer, Director and Cinematographer. David's third independent feature film,"American Cowslip" (2010) starred Diane Ladd, Rip Torn, Cloris Leachman, Bruce Dern, Val Kilmer, Peter Falk and Lin Shaye. The film was released in North America through Warner Bros. and E1. American Cowslip, in which David directed the legendary Peter Falk in his last big screen appearance took out top honors at the 2010 Albuquerque Film Festival. David's work as a filmmaker often showcases his multi-faceted abilities as a director, cinematographer, editor and producer.
Shooting on Red Helium
“Unlike all the other art forms, film is able to seize and render the passage of time, to stop it, almost to possess it in infinity. I’d say that film is the sculpting of time.”
– Andrei Tarkovsky