Ami Canaan Mann
|Ami Canaan Mann|
London, United Kingdom
|Occupation||Film director, television director, television writer|
Ami Canaan Mann is a British-born American film director, television director and television writer.
Mann has worked as a television and film writer since writing the NYPD Blue episode "Tea and Sympathy" in 2000. She has won three awards, all in 2001 for her first film as a director, Morning. These included the Audience Award at Dahlonega International Film Festival, Grand Prize for best directorial debut and Gold Award for Independent Theatrical Feature Films – First Feature. Her 2011 film, Texas Killing Fields, screened in competition at the 68th Venice International Film Festival in September. Jackie & Ryan, her romance film starring Katherine Heigl and Ben Barnes, screened in the Horizons section at the 71st Venice International Film Festival.
|2011||Texas Killing Fields|
|2015||Jackie & Ryan|
|2000||Tea and Sympathy|
|2003||Robbery Homicide Division|
|2010||Friday Night Lights|
- Mottram, James (September 30, 2011). "Ami Canaan Mann: A graduate of the family business strikes out". Independent.
- "Awards for Ami Canaan Mann". IMDb.
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- Lodge, Guy (August 30, 2014). "Venice Film Review: 'Jackie & Ryan'". Variety.
- Cooper, Sarah (August 11, 2011). "Ami Canaan Mann's Texas Killing Fields to open retrospective at San Sebastian". Screen International.