Mary John Frank (maryjohnfrank.com) is a choreographer and filmmaker creating dance for film, commercials, the web, and stage. Recent works include directing content for New York City Ballet's spring season and choreographing content for brands including Bonnaroo, American Apparel, and Sony. Her dance film works have been screened at film festivals in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. In 2011, Mary John received Panavision's New Filmmaker Grant and directed, choreographed, and wrote her first film, EINSTEIN'S DANCE. The film received festival recognition and awards including Best Film Direction at the Women's Independent Film Festival in Los Angeles. Before creating dance on camera, Mary John spent seven years working in film production and acquisitions in Los Angeles for studios including Lionsgate, Paramount, and Warner Bros. She has also served on panels at the South By Southwest Film Festival and was a judge for the screenplay competition and the feature film competition at the Austin Film Festival. Mary John is based in New York and she hopes to continue directing, creating movement, and partnering with brands to create memorable content.