Mark Joseph is a producer and author. From 2000 - 2005 he worked in development for Walden Media and Crusader Entertainment and managed a 9-member grass roots marketing team.
He is (2015) currently producing the feature films Reagan, Tolkien & Lewis, Max Rose, and Silence Patton. He previously produced the film Doonby (2013) and has worked in the development and/or marketing of 40 films including The Chronicles of Narnia, Ray, Holes, I Am David, Because of Winn Dixie, Son of God, Little Boy and others. He is co-founder and a member of the board of directors of the Damah Film Festival and the Hiroshima International Film Festival.
In 2008 he launched Bully! Pulpit Records, a joint venture label with Nettwerk Music Group. Bully! Pulpit's first artist, Molly Jenson, released her debut album, Maybe Tomorrow, worldwide in 2009.
Mark is the author of four books, The Rock & Roll Rebellion, Faith, God & Rock 'n' Roll, Wild Card & The Lion, The Professor & The Movies and in 2009 formed a partnership with Midpoint Trade Books to release titles from his imprint Bully! Pulpit Books. His next book is Rock Gets Religion: The Battle For The Soul of The Devil's Music.
He is a regular contributor to USA Today, Foxnews.com and The Huffington Post and the founder and publisher of BullyPulpit.com. He lives in Southern California with his wife and five children.
Known For: The Vessel (2016) | Max Rose (2013) | Ray (2004)