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Michael Mann

Director, DGA

Four-time Oscar-nominated director, screenwriter and producer Michael Mann has established himself as one of the most innovative and influential filmmakers in American cinema. 

He won his first Emmy for the TV film Comme un homme libre in 1979, then made his feature film directorial debut with Le Solitaire in 1981. He wrote and directed The Sixth Sense in 1986, The Last of the Mohicans in 1992, Heat in 1995, Revelations in 1999, Ali in 2001, Miami Vice – Two Cops in Miami in 2006, for which he was already executive producer of the 1984 series, and directed Collateral in 2004, Public Enemies in 2009 and, more recently, Hacker in 2015.  Also a producer, Martin Scorsese’s Aviator in 2004, Hancock in 2008 and Killing Fields in 2011, as well as the HBO series Luck in 2011 and Witness in 2012 are all highly successful. He is currently working on the FX miniseries Huê 1968, based on the book by Mark Bowden. Michael Mann has been a member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA) since 1977, and currently sits on the DGA’s National Board of Directors.

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