Rocky Morton was the co-creator/director of Max Headroom, a TV series and 60min. TV film. Morton went on to co-direct two feature films – DOA, the critically acclaimed film noir murder mystery starring Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid and the live action fantasy, SUPER MARIO BROTHERS starring Bob Hoskins, John Leguizamo, and Dennis Hopper. In the early nineties, Morton created a new production company, MJZ, with partners Annabel Jankel and David Zander. Morton has received numerous awards for his work in advertising commercials and music videos including British D&AD Awards, Cannes Lions, Clios, the One Show award, and an Emmy. Also, twice nominated as best director by the Director’s Guild of America (DGA). Morton’s work can be found today in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York City and at the Victoria & Albert (V&A) museum in London. Morton’s short film “The M Word” written by Alan Ball was a Sundance selection in 2004.