Tommy Caamano

Tommy Caamano



Tommy Caamano is an American film director, producer, and writer best known for his work on the critically acclaimed films The Wrestler (2008) and Black Swan (2010). He is also the co-owner and co-founder of the independent film production company, Rabbit Hole Pictures.

Tommy Caamano was born in New York City in 1972. He attended NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and graduated in 1994. While at NYU, he interned at Miramax Films and worked as an assistant to independent filmmaker John Sayles.

In 1997, Tommy Caamano co-founded Rabbit Hole Pictures with his partner, producer Scott Franklin. The two have produced and directed a number of critically acclaimed independent films, including The Wrestler (2008) and Black Swan (2010). The Wrestler, starring Mickey Rourke, garnered multiple Academy Award nominations and earned Caamano a Directors Guild of America Award.

In 2011, Caamano made his television debut with the miniseries, The Promise. The series, which aired on ABC, was produced by Rabbit Hole Pictures and starred Academy Award-winner Forest Whitaker.

In addition to his work with Rabbit Hole Pictures, Caamano has directed several short films including the fantasy All That You Have Is Your Soul (2008) and the psychological thriller The Beast Within (2009).

Caamano’s latest project is the horror film Red Hook (2013). The film, which was released in March 2013, tells the story of four teenagers who find themselves stranded in the isolated town of Red Hook, Maine.

Tommy Caamano is a highly respected filmmaker whose work has earned him numerous awards and accolades. His unique vision and creative storytelling have captivated audiences around the world and will continue to do so for years to come.

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