Manny Mahal is an award-winning writer, director and producer from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
He has written, directed, produced and self-financed all of his work. Including a short film entitled Room 303 and a feature length film entitled Blood Ivy.
Room 303 was an Official Selection at the National Screen Institute Online Film Festival and The National Film Festival For Talented Youth.
Blood Ivy took home the Rising Star Award at the 2015 Canada International Film Festival.
Manny continues to be a triple threat. Writing, directing, and producing his own self-financed work. Including two radically different, yet personal short films: The Lift and For My Mother.
The Lift premiered at the 2016 Vancouver International Film Festival.
For My Mother premiered at the 2017 DOXA Documentary Film Festival.
Manny lives in Vancouver, B.C. and is currently in production on his self-financed first feature length documentary. Directing, producing, and editing a film on the life of his father.