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Ronald "Ron" Mann (born June 13, 1958) is a Canadian documentary film director focusing primarily on aspects of American popular culture. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto.

His films include Imagine the Sound, Comic Book Confidential, The Twist, Grass, Go Further, and Tales of the Rat Fink. He also directed Poetry in Motion, released on Giorno Poetry Systems. In 2009 he released Know Your Mushrooms.

His first music video project is "Jezebel", by Canadian indie rock band Two Hours Traffic, which he directed and in which he also appears.

He resides in Toronto with his family.



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