Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Career 2.1 1960s–1970s 2.2 1980s 2.3 1990s 2.4 2000s 2.5 2010s 3 Filming style 4 Advertising 5 Filmography 5.1 Feature films 5.2 Television 6 Reception 6.1 Critical reception 6.2 Awards and honors 7 References 7.1 Bibliography 8 External links 8.1 Interviews

Early life and education[edit] This section about a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (May 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Mann was born February 5, 1943, in Chicago, Illinois to a family of Russian Jewish ancestry.[5] He is the son of grocers Esther and Jack Mann.[6][7] He received a B.A. in English at the University of Wisconsin–Madison[8] where he developed interests in history, philosophy and architecture. It was at this time that he saw Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove and fell in love with movies. In a recent L.A. Weekly interview, he describes the film's impact on him: "It said to my whole generation of filmmakers that you could make an individual statement of high integrity and have that film be successfully seen by a mass audience all at the same time. In other words, you didn't have to be making Seven Brides for Seven Brothers if you wanted to work in the mainstream film industry, or be reduced to niche filmmaking if you wanted to be serious about cinema. So that's what Kubrick meant, aside from the fact that Strangelove was a revelation." His daughter Ami Canaan Mann is also a film director and producer.

Career[edit] This section about a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (May 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) This section may be written from a fan's point of view, rather than a neutral point of view. Please clean it up to conform to a higher standard of quality, and to make it neutral in tone. (June 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) 1960s–1970s[edit] Mann later moved to London in the mid 1960s to go to graduate school in cinema. He went on to receive a graduate degree at the London Film School in 1967.[9] He spent seven years in the United Kingdom going to film school and then working on commercials along with contemporaries Alan Parker, Ridley Scott and Adrian Lyne. In 1968, footage he shot of the Paris student revolt for a documentary, Insurrection, aired on NBC's First Tuesday news program and he developed his '68 experiences into the short film Jaunpuri which won the Jury Prize at Cannes in 1970. Mann returned to United States after divorcing his first wife in 1971. He went on to direct a road trip documentary, 17 Days Down the Line. Three years later, Hawaii Five-O veteran Robert Lewin gave Mann a shot and a crash course on television writing and story structure. Mann wrote four episodes of Starsky and Hutch (three in the first series and one in the second) and the pilot episode for Vega$. Around this time, he worked on a show called Police Story with cop-turned-novelist Joseph Wambaugh. Police Story concentrated on the detailed realism of a real cop's life and taught Mann that first-hand research was essential to bring authenticity to his work. His first feature movie was a television special called The Jericho Mile, which was released theatrically in Europe. It won the Emmy for best MOW in 1979 and the DGA Best Director award. 1980s[edit] His television work also includes being the executive producer on Miami Vice and Crime Story. Contrary to popular belief, he was not the creator of these shows, but the executive producer and showrunner. They were produced by his production company and his cinematic influence is felt throughout each show in terms of casting and style. Mann is now known primarily as a feature film director. He has a distinctive style that is reflected in his works: his trademarks are intricate scene setups, during Miami Vice to such an extent that a whole scene was completely color-coordinated, from props to backgrounds to actors' wardrobes, as well as powerfully-lit night scenes and combining exterior filming in such a way that shots of completely unrelated filming locations can appear as being of the same building or landmark. In terms of sound, he is known for unusual scores, such as Tangerine Dream in Thief or the new-age score to Manhunter. Dante Spinotti is a frequent cinematographer of Mann's pictures. Mann's first cinema feature as director was Thief (1981) starring James Caan, a relatively accurate depiction of thieves that operated in New York City and Chicago at that time. Mann used actual former professional burglars to keep the technical scenes as genuine as possible. His next film The Keep (1983), a supernatural thriller set in Nazi-occupied Romania, was an uncharacteristic choice.[original research?] Though it was a commercial flop, the film has since attained cult status amongst fans.[citation needed] In 1986, Mann was the first to bring Thomas Harris' character of serial killer Hannibal Lecter to the screen with Manhunter, his adaptation of the novel Red Dragon, which starred Brian Cox as a more down-to-earth Hannibal. In an interview on the Manhunter DVD, star William Petersen comments that because Mann is so focused on his creations, it takes several years for him to complete a film; Petersen believes that this is why Mann does not make films very often.[10] 1990s[edit] He gained widespread recognition in 1992 for his film adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's novel into the epic film Last of the Mohicans. His biggest critical successes in the 1990s began with the release of Heat in 1995 and The Insider in 1999. The films, which featured Al Pacino with Robert De Niro in Heat and Russell Crowe in The Insider, showcased Mann's cinematic style and adeptness at creating rich, complex storylines as well as directing actors. The Insider was nominated for seven Academy Awards as a result, including a nomination for Mann's direction. 2000s[edit] With his next film, Ali (2001), starring Will Smith, he started experimenting with digital cameras, while Smith was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance. For his crime film Collateral, which cast Tom Cruise against type by giving him the role of a hitman, Mann shot all of the exterior scenes digitally so that he could achieve more depth and detail during the night scenes while shooting most of the interiors on film stock. In 2004, Mann produced The Aviator, based on the life of Howard Hughes, which he had developed with Leonardo DiCaprio. The Aviator was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture but lost to Million Dollar Baby. After Collateral, Mann directed the film adaptation of Miami Vice which he also executive produced. It stars a completely new cast with Colin Farrell as Don Johnson's character Sonny Crockett, and Jamie Foxx filling Philip Michael Thomas' shoes. Mann served as a producer with Peter Berg as director for The Kingdom and Hancock. Hancock stars Will Smith as a hard-drinking superhero who has fallen out of favor with the public and who begins to have a relationship with the wife (Charlize Theron) of a public relations expert (Jason Bateman), who is helping him to repair his image. Mann also makes a cameo appearance in the film as an executive. In the fall of 2007, Mann directed two commercials for Nike. The ad campaign "Leave Nothing" features football action scenes with former NFL players Shawne Merriman and Steven Jackson.[11] In 2009, Mann wrote and directed Public Enemies for Universal Pictures, about the Depression-era crime wave, based on Brian Burrough's nonfiction book, Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933–34. It starred Johnny Depp and Christian Bale.[12] Depp played John Dillinger in the film, and Bale played Melvin Purvis, the FBI agent in charge of capturing Dillinger. 2010s[edit] In January 2010 it was reported by Variety that Mann, alongside David Milch, would serve as co-executive producer of new TV series Luck. The series was an hour-long HBO production, and Mann directed the series' pilot.[13] Although initially renewed for a second season after the airing of the pilot, it was eventually cancelled due to the death of three horses during production. On February 14, 2013, it was announced that Mann had been developing an untitled thriller film with screenwriter Morgan Davis Foehl for over a year, for Legendary Pictures.[14] In May 2013, Mann started filming the thriller, named Blackhat, in Los Angeles, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Jakarta.[15] The film, starring Chris Hemsworth as a hacker who gets released from prison to pursue a cyberterrorist across the globe, was released on January 16, 2015 by Universal.[16] It was a critical and commercial disaster, although many critics included it in their year-end "best-of" lists.[17] In January 2015, it was reported in The New Yorker that Mann is developing a film about Ferrari founder Enzo Ferrari.[18] Christian Bale was originally cast to play the title character, but later dropped out citing health concerns over the weight gain required to play the role.[19] Financing is coming from Vendian Entertainment in the United States and China's Bliss Media.[20] Distribution rights have already been purchased by Paramount for the US and Bliss Media for China.[21]

Filming style[edit] This section of a biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (May 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) This section is written like a personal reflection or opinion essay that states a Wikipedia editor's personal feelings about a topic. Please help improve it by rewriting it in an encyclopedic style. (June 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Mann's films often feature male protagonists, usually highly gifted and independent-minded professionals who struggle to reconcile their mental lives with the demands, both benign and malign, of the exterior world. Importantly, his films often involve a tragic rather than a happy ending, such as in Miami Vice, when of the two undercover police officers, one has his girlfriend (also an undercover officer) come out of a coma and the other tearfully separates from his romantic interest. Mann's films contain fast-paced, artful scenes that strongly depend on powerful music, where often two opposing sides intermix, such as undercover policework and undercover drug trafficking, so that it is hard to distinguish between the two. For example, in Heat, the police detective invites the criminal to meet for coffee, where they discuss their affairs like old business partners. Often it is hard to distinguish between opposing sides (police vs. criminals, etc.), where the actions, dress, and mannerisms of the characters are extremely similar. Also, Mann's work often involves landscapes and modes where the heroic protagonists occupy a somewhat secret world, away from ordinary concerns (law, life and death, money, daily-life survival duties, family duties, and so on), where the secret world may or may not coincide with ordinary reality. Protagonists often find impassioned romantic interests which are severed under tragic situations near the end of the film (Last of the Mohicans, Heat, Collateral, Miami Vice, Public Enemies). Overall, Mann's films mix artistry (via music, stylishness and emotional intensity) with strong violence and noir-like stoicism.

Advertising[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Mann directed the 2002 "Lucky Star" advertisement for Mercedes-Benz, which took the form of a film trailer for a purported thriller featuring Benicio del Toro. Mann also directed the 2008 promotional video for Ferrari's California sports car. In 2009 Mann also directed a commercial for Nike that featured several stylistic cues, most notably the use of "Promontory" from the soundtrack of The Last of the Mohicans.

Filmography[edit] Feature films[edit] Year Title Credited as Director Screenwriter Producer 1978 Straight Time Yes 1981 Thief Yes Yes 1983 The Keep Yes Yes 1986 Manhunter Yes Yes Band of the Hand Yes 1992 The Last of the Mohicans Yes Yes Yes 1995 Heat Yes Yes Yes 1999 The Insider Yes Yes Yes 2001 Ali Yes Yes Yes 2004 Collateral Yes Yes The Aviator Yes 2006 Miami Vice Yes Yes Yes 2007 The Kingdom Yes 2008 Hancock Yes 2009 Public Enemies Yes Yes Yes 2011 Texas Killing Fields Yes 2015 Blackhat Yes Yes Yes 2019 Enzo Ferrari Yes Yes Television[edit] Year Title Credited as Notes Director Screenwriter Producer 1976 Bronk Yes Gibbsville Yes 1975–1977 Starsky and Hutch Yes 1976–1978 Police Story Yes 1977 Police Woman Yes Episode directed: "The Buttercup Killer" 1979 The Jericho Mile Yes Yes television film (teleplay) 1980 Swan Song Yes TV film 1978–1981 Vega$ Yes creator 1984–1990 Miami Vice Yes Yes executive producer Episode written: "Golden Triangle" 1986–1988 Crime Story Yes Yes Yes executive producer Episode directed: "Top of the World" (1987) 1989 L.A. Takedown Yes Yes Yes TV film, executive producer 1990 Drug Wars: The Camarena Story Yes Yes TV mini-series 1992 Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel Yes Yes TV film, executive producer 2002–2003 Robbery Homicide Division Yes Yes executive producer 2011–2012 Luck Yes Yes executive producer Episode directed: "Pilot" (2011)

Reception[edit] Critical reception[edit] Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic Thief 95%[22] N/A The Keep 31%[23] N/A Manhunter 94%[24] 78[25] The Last of the Mohicans 97%[26] N/A Heat 86%[27] 76[28] The Insider 96%[29] 84[30] Ali 67%[31] 65[32] Collateral 86%[33] 71[34] Miami Vice 47%[35] 65[36] Public Enemies 68%[37] 70[38] Blackhat 34% 51 Average 72.8% 70 Awards and honors[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Mann received an Emmy in 1979 for Outstanding Writing in a Limited Series or a Special for The Jericho Mile. The following year he was honored by the Directors Guild of America for Outstanding Directorial Achievement for The Jericho Mile. In 1990, he won another Emmy for Outstanding Miniseries for Drug Wars: The Camarena Story. Mann was the recipient of the Humanitas Prize and the Writers Guild of America's Paul Selvin Award in 2000 for The Insider. In 2005, he received the BAFTA Film Award for co-producing The Aviator. To date he has received four Academy Award nominations: in 2000, the Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Director and Best Motion Picture of the Year all for The Insider, in 2005 Mann received a nomination for co-producing Martin Scorsese's The Aviator.

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