Marc Fennell (Australia)
Journalist and Documentary Maker

Marc Fennell is a Walkley-winning journalist, interviewer, author, and documentary maker.

Marc has been honoured internationally by The Webby Awards, and twice nominated for Europe’s prestigious Rose d’Or. He is a recipient of America’s coveted James Beard Award, an Asian Creative Academy National Award, and is a 5-time medallist at the New York Festivals TV and Radio Awards. Marc is best known in Australia as the host of TV series’ Mastermind (SBS), The School That Tried to End Racism (ABC), The Feed (SBS), and most recently, SBS’s hit true-crime documentary series Framed. Marc has created multiple international podcast documentaries including It Burns (Audible), Nut Jobs (Audible), and the global chart-topping Walkley nominated Stuff the British Stole (ABC/CBC). Marc has worked with the BBC, Showtime, Monocle, Triple J, Network Ten, Beyond Blue, and The Sydney Opera House. In 2019, Marc was named one of the 40 Under 40 Most Influential Asian-Australians.