Documentary Producer, Professor, Director
Marcia Rock’s work covers international dilemmas, women’s issues as well as personal perspectives. She has received many awards including three NY Emmys. Her new doc, Unreined, is about a female American Israeli equestrian champion and trainer. Her recent film, UnReined is about an Israeli, female Equestrian champion who spent 10 years starting the first Palestinian Equestrian Team. Other films include Her recent films on veterans include Soldiers Period, Warriors Return about the Navajo and SERVICE: When Women Come Marching Home. In 1997, she covered the changing role of women in Northern Ireland with Daughters of the Troubles: Belfast Stories. McSorley’s New York, tells the story of the NY Irish. Dancing with My Father looks at how adult love is shaped by childhood models. Surrender Tango explores tango as a metaphor for relationships. Rock is the director of News and Documentary at the NYU Carter Journalism Institute and she co-authored with Marlene Sanders, Waiting for Primetime: The Women of Television News.
Producing, Cinematography, Directing