Māris Martinsons

For the Latvian-Canadian professor of management, business research director and international business consultant, please see Maris Martinsons. Maris Martinsons (born July 25, 1960) is a Latvian film director, producer and screenwriter. From 1991 he has lived in Lithuania, but moved back to his homeland Latvia in 2010. After graduating from the Latvia Conservatoires in 1989 as drama theatre director, Martinsons worked with Latvian musicians as an independent director/producer of music video clips. His first music video clip, “This is my car” by the band “Jumprava”, was the first independent video in Latvia’s history and it received the best video award from [reference] in 1989/1990. Since 1991, Maris has lived in Lithuania, where together with a partner he founded the production company “ARTeta” (1994). ARTeta has become a leading production company and the biggest studio complex (300, 600 and 900 sq meters big pavilions) in the Baltic States. In Lithuania Maris has worked in the TV field, produced over ten original TV series, creating TV series and videos, and often serving as both the director and author of these productions.





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