Known for big name films including Turnt (2020), His Hers & The Truth (2019) and A Love to Die For (2020), Mann Robinson has established himself as a viable independent filmmaker and producer who has much to bring to the industry. Originally making his roots in the rap game, Mann evolved after writing his first movie K.A.R.M.A. in which film became his new artistic pursuit. Studying the history of film and film equipment whilst simultaneously incorporating his “Mann Robinson Productions”, Mann went on to enrol in Full Sail University by 2014. Having relocated to Atlanta, he launched his production house Metro Wealth Studios as well as hosting acting seminars and workshops through his own Atlanta Actors Workshop. In doing so, he was able to form a database of thousands of actors which he would use in his future film projects.
During his free time, he started writing Turnt (2020), basing its story on his own experiences in the entertainment industry and on the street. His collaboration with friend Jamal Woolard helped to flip the movie from a documentary style film to a hood drama feature film. The film continued to garner interest, with the cast rapidly growing and Mann having to write new scenes to accommodate this.
As his production was growing, Mann went on to fill in the role of director for Nick Lewis’ “Slanging birds”. The film debuted at the Orlando Urban Film & Music Festival and went on to win two first place awards.
This created an increasing buzz around Turnt, and with casting being announced, interest from numerous big names in the entertainment industry grew further and further.
Mann Robinson is a figure within the entertainment industry that has a mission to produce amazing projects, and he is so far succeeding. The independent filmmaker is on the rise and has various promising projects in development. Through his passion, these projects have to come to life including the likes of Troubled Waters (2020); Homelessness is not a crime (2020), Sebastian (2020), Justice On Trial (2020) and Super Turnt (Turnt 2).
Keep an eye out for Mann Robinson, his productions garner constant praise and he’s showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.