Cara Marcous produced the award-winning feature film ON THE ICE which premiered in competition at Sundance 2011 and was released nationwide in February 2012. ON THE ICE won Best First Feature and the Crystal Bear for Generations 14plus at the 2011 Berlin International Film Festival; The FIPRESCI Prize for Best New American Film at the Seattle International Film Festival; and Best Feature and Best Cinematography at the 2011 Woodstock Film Festival. She also produced the short narrative film SIKUMI, which has won numerous awards including the Jury Prize in Short Filmmaking at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and the BAFTA/LA Award for Excellence, and has screened at over 60 festivals around the world. Other film work includes the narrative short films FEELS GOOD (2016) and CHILDREN OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS (PBS FutureStates, 2014) and the feature-length documentary WHEN THE SEASON IS GOOD: ARTISTS OF ARTIC ALASKA(2005).
Ms. Marcous is currently developing QIMMIT, the second feature film of Andrew Okpeaha MacLean which has been selected as a recipient for 2018's Sundance FilmTwo fellowship. She is Head of Production for There We Go Films (therewegofilms.com) and produces the popular web series RAW CRAFT with Anthony Bourdain which is currently in prep for its fourth season. Ms. Marcous is also the recipient of the Sheila Johnson Fellowship for the 2009 Sundance Institute’s Feature Film Creative Producing Lab.