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Dan Manatt

Professional

Public bio

Dan Manatt is a documentary director/producer/writer whose credits include The Republic of Baseball: The Dominican Giants of the American Game, featured at the New York/HBO Latino Film Festival, the Santo Domingo/FunGloDe Film Festival, and the Baseball Hall of Fame Film Festivals. It was broadcast nationally on PBS via Latino Public Broadcasting in 2006. In 2014 Manatt's Whiskey Cookers: The Amazing Story of the Templeton, Iowa Bootleggers, won Best Documentary Awards at the Iowa Independent Film and Wild Rose Film Festivals. At Wild Rose, Manatt also took honors for Best Editor and Special Achievement Award for Documentary Direction and Documentary Soundtrack. He is currently developing The United States of Food: How Food & Farming Made America. It is schedule for broadcast on Iowa Public Television in 2015/2016.

PROFESSIONAL HONORS & AWARDS

Whiskey Cookers: The Amazing Story of the Templeton, Iowa Bootleggers (2014)

www.WhiskeyCookers.com

  • IOWA INDEPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL 2014 — Best Documentary — 
  • WILD ROSE FILM FESTIVAL 2014 — Best Documentary, Best Editor, Best Director Nominee (Documentary), Best Documentary Soundtrack Nominee

The Republic of Baseball: The Dominican Giants of the American Game (2006)

www.RepublicofBaseball.com

Broadcast: PBS/Latino Public Broadcasting

Film Festivals:

  • New York/HBO Latino Film Festival — Official Selection
  • Baseball Hall of Fame Film Festival — Official Selection
  • Santo Domingo FunGloDe Film Festival — Official Selection
  • San Diego Latino Film Festival — Official Selection

 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF POLITICAL CONSULTANTS — Pollie Award Winner 2005 & 2006