Mandy Stein

Mandy Stein



Mandy Stein is a television and film producer, director, and editor. She is best known for her documentary films, which often explore women, music, and modern culture.

Mandy was born in New York City in 1976. She grew up in a creative and supportive environment, which allowed her to develop her artistic eye. She studied film and television production at New York University, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

Mandy began her career as a production assistant and then an editor. She soon transitioned into producing and directing, soon developing a recognizable style. Her work has been featured on HBO, MTV, BBC, PBS, Netflix, and other networks.

One of Mandy’s most acclaimed films is “Miss Sharon Jones!” about the late soul singer, Sharon Jones. The documentary premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival, where it received the Audience Award. It was later nominated for a Grammy for Best Music Film.

Mandy also directed the acclaimed documentary “Ladies First: The Making of a Movement”, which chronicles the history of female DJs and producers in the music industry. The film was nominated for Best Music Documentary at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival.

Mandy has also produced and directed a number of television shows, including “The Hills”, “The City”, “Made in Chelsea”, and “Vanderpump Rules”. She has served as a showrunner on the MTV series “Teen Cribs” and “MTV True Life”.

In addition to her work in film and television, Mandy has also produced and directed several music videos and commercials. She has worked with a variety of artists, including Lady Gaga, Pitbull, and Justin Timberlake.

Mandy Stein is an accomplished filmmaker. Her films have won numerous awards and have been praised for their unique style and thoughtful storytelling. She is an inspiring and creative force in the entertainment industry.

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