CAYMAN GRANT - BIO
Hailing from a small village in New Brunswick, Canada, Emmy® award-winning writer/director, Cayman Grant has been making films and TV for over a decade. She has written and directed several projects with one of them earning her an Emmy® for her feature-length documentary, Playing For The Mob – as part of the highly acclaimed ESPN 30 for 30 Series.
Cayman’s projects have screened in over 100 film festivals worldwide and have earned her over 50 accolades and awards. Her film, The Boy, was a finalist in the prestigious NBCUniversal Short Cuts Film Festival earning her the Oxygen Best Female Director Award chosen and presented by Academy® Award Winner, Geena Davis.
As a writer, Cayman’s knowledge of story informs her directing. Aside from writing all of the films that she’s directed, Cayman has won several TV and Screenplay writing competitions including the 2014 Emerging Screenwriter’s Screenplay Contest and 2013 and the New York Screenplay Contest. She was involved with the prestigious NBC Writers on the Verge Program, the Warner Bros TV Directors Program and last year sold her first TV series to CBS Studios.
She is currently developing for TV as well as several feature film projects. She is currently a participant in the prestigious NBC/Universal Emerging Directors TV Program and recently sold a studio feature to New Line Cinema / Warner Bros Studios.
She is represented by CAA and New Wave Entertainment.