Ron Mann

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Ron Mann
Born Ronald Mann
(1959-06-13) June 13, 1959 (age 58)
Toronto, Canada
Occupation Film director

Ronald "Ron" Mann (born June 13, 1959) is a Canadian documentary film director focusing primarily on aspects of Canadian and American popular culture. He does most of his work through his company Sphinx Productions, while also running a film distribution company on the side called 'FilmsWeLike'. Mann has also put together the archives for many prominent Canadian figures and companies. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto.

His first music video project is "Jezebel", by Canadian indie rock band Two Hours Traffic, which he directed and in which he also appears. In 2009 he released a documentary on mushrooms and mushroom hunting.[1]

In 2014, Mann directed the Robert Altman based documentary Altman.[2]

He resides in Toronto.

Mann is a member of the NORML advisory board.



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