On 1 December 2017 Marc Wolff was honoured by the British Society of Cinematographers (BSC) with the Bert Easy Award for Technical Excellence for His Contribution to the Art of Aerial Cinematography.
14.02.12 - The International Moving Image Society (formally the BKSTS) awarded Marc with the Matthew Allwork Memorial Award for services to the international film industry at the 2012 Bernard Happé Lecture.
Marc won an Alternative Oscars Award from The Guardian newspaper in 1994 for Best Stunt for the film 'Cliffhanger'. Marc coordinated and executed the air-to-air transfer of stunt man, Simon Crane, from the back of a DC9 airliner to the doorway of a Lockheed Jet Star business jet at 15,000 feet over the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Best Stunt Team - Skyfall
2020 Interview for Pilot Magazine.
2020 Interview with bondlocations.com.
Commissioned by The Discovery Channel and shown on ITV in the UK and world-wide on Discovery Channel.
The one-hour documentary covers Marc's working life from flying helicopters in the Vietnam War in 1969 to the making of Tomorrow Never Dies in 1997.