Mark Lewis (filmmaker)

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Mark Lewis (born 1958, Mullumbimby, Australia) is a documentary film and television producer, director and writer. He is famous for his film Cane Toads: An Unnatural History and for his body of work on animals.[1] Unlike many other producers of nature films, his films do not attempt to document the animals in question or their behaviors but rather the complex relationships between people and society and the animals they interact with.

His films have earned him many awards, including a British Academy Award nomination, a nomination from the Directors Guild of America, two Emmy’s for Outstanding Direction in documentary film, and an Emmy Award for Outstanding Science Program on American Television.


Lewis produces and directs extensively for television.


  1. ^ Poole, Mark. February 2008. Mark Lewis: Cane Toads. (Victoria, Australia).
  2. ^ Cane Toads: The Conquest. 2010. IMDb
  3. ^ The Pursuit of Excellence. 2007. IMDb
  4. ^ The Floating Brothel. 2006. IMDb
  5. ^ Show Cats. 2006. IMDb
  6. ^ Show Cattle. 2006. IMDb
  7. ^ The Natural History of the Chicken. 2000. IMDb
  8. ^ Animalicious. 1999. IMDb
  9. ^ Rat. 1998. IMDb
  10. ^ The Wonderful World of Dogs. 1990. IMDb
  11. ^ Round the Twist. 1989. IMDb]
  12. ^ Cane Toads: An Unnatural History. 1988. IMDb

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