Throughout an extensive career in the film and television industry, award-winning filmmaker Lianne McNally has produced, written and directed pieces on diverse subjects and in a variety of styles.

Lianne McNally began in television as a writer, scripting an overnight music video and pop culture show that aired on USA Network. Next, she learned the abc’s of production at Showtime.

McNally went on to lend her skills to a variety of departments at CBS News, where she was privileged to work with such news legends as Mike Wallace and Dan Rather. For CBS News Productions, she produced two seasons of The Best of Us, a “good news” magazine show.

For Showtime, she developed a historical drama based on female pirate Anne Bonny and the Golden Age of Piracy. Most notably, she produced the short documentary Artists and Orphans: A True Drama, which was nominated for an Academy Award.

McNally’s career has also focused on the nonprofit sector. She has been instrumental in promoting several groundbreaking organizations in the New York area.

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