Steven Cantor

Steven Cantor is an American film/television director and film/television producer. Notable works include the films What Remains (2006), loudQUIETloud (2006), Devil's Playground (2002) and Blood Ties (1994). Cantor has also directed and executive produced the HBO series Family Bonds (2003), and has executive produced Amish in the City (2005 UPN), #1 Single (2006 E! Network), and Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane (2007 Style Channel). He is a founding partner in Stick Figure Productions. Cantor graduated from the USC School of Cinema-Television. Blood Ties: The Life and Work of Sally Mann (1994) Director/Producer: Nominated for a 1994 Academy Award in the category of Best Short Subject Documentary; examines renowned photographer Sally Mann's pictures of her children. What Remains (2005) Director/Producer: Studies a further project of Mann’s, a provocative photo series exploring the way in which nature assimilates the body once life has left it, directly confronting American attitudes towards death. The film screened first at The Sundance Film Festival in 2006 before premiering on HBO.



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