Dustin M. Rosemark is a filmmaker with experience in transnational, multilingual film-production on both feature-length and short films. Dustin attended Rockport College (Maine Media Workshops) in Rockport, ME and received his degree in Film Production in 2006. While at Rockport College he studied with the professionals Robert Draper, Brenton Hamilton, and Jonathan Frakes.
Dustin was the recipient of a 2010 Jerome Foundation Emerging Artist Production Grant to produce his 2012 film Blue Hands; a novel animation technique consisting of nearly 11,000 hand-printed Cyanotypes. In 2014 Dustin finished 51 Fragments of a Wandering Mind; a feature-length experimental documentary shot in 13 different countries over the course of 6 months. At the end of 2014 Dustin was again awarded a Jerome Foundation Emerging Artist Production Grant to finance his production Looking At: Looking Into, a film project examining the relationship between media and voyeurism through antique exhibition machines called Mutoscopes. In 2015 Dustin was named a Flight School Fellow; a partnership between Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Creative Capital and The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation. Dustin is currently in post-production for his 2nd feature-length film Inferno, a contemporary surrealist interpretation of Dante Alighieri’s famous morality tale.
In addition to film Dustin enjoys military history, cooking, and plays competitive pinball.