André Robert Lee is Many Things Management. Through the Production Company he produces & directs films and TV. André initially worked for a number of studios and production companies which lead to the launch of Many Things Management over 10 years ago with a desire to control his own creative vision.

Many Things Management is known to always have Many Things Happening.

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This young man will be a star someday. ...

Found this gem taken by Andre Robert Lee back when I was a 21 year old know it all...who oddly enough couldn’t strum a chord on the guitar. Thinking about the years in between can sometimes be tough. A lot of bad decisions and selfish thinking... I guess the silver lining is that I’m still here. And if you’re still here too, it can always be worse.

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This is an AWESOME video made by my kids (now adults!).
They get Philly.

Experience the moment the Philadelphia Eagles win their first NFL #superbowl. Documented by Creative Outfit, Inc. Viewer discretion advised.

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PoCC 30 was full of amazing people. These videos celebrate the veterans who made a big difference! ...

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We made magic happen at PoCC 30. ...

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Get a Hat! ...

Rocking a Government Cheese Hat makes you happy. Just ask Oman!

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Back to Atlanta. ...

Community Screening of "I'm Not Racist...Am I?"

January 11, 2018, 6:30pm - January 11, 2018, 8:45pm

The CREATE Teacher Residency Program invites parents/guardians of students of all ages and students in 8th grade or older to a special screening of I’m Not Racist...Am I? followed by a discussion with producer Andre Robert Lee and several students from the film. I’m Not Racist...Am I? is a feature documentary following a diverse group of teens through a yearlong exploration to get at the heart of racism. Through some tense and painful moments, we see how these difficult conversations affect their relationships with friends and parents, and ultimately challenge them to look deep within themselves. By the end of their time together, we’ll see these remarkable young people develop deeper bonds, a stronger resolve and a bigger, more significant definition of racism than any of us ever imagined. For more about the film, visit notracistmovie.com. Limited space available--this is a free event, but you must have a ticket via Eventbrite to attend. Free child care for children in kindergarten or older will be available on site courtesy of Global Tech. Questions? Contact Kim Kurtz from the CREATE team at kkurtz@atlncs.org.

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Happy Birfday Catherine Wigginton! ...

Our own, Catherine Wigginton Greene, made to two appearances at ADVIS' Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference today. Looking good, Catherine!

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