Matthew Hamachek

Director Matthew Hamachek is a documentary filmmaker whose films have been nominated for two Academy Awards and won three Emmy Awards. Tiger, his two-part documentary directed with Matthew Heinemann on the rise, fall, and epic comeback of global icon Tiger Woods, will air on HBO on January 10 and 17. He has also won two Sundance Film Festival Awards for editing and writing the Oscar- and WGA-nominated If a Tree Falls and Gideon’s Army. Hamachek produced, wrote, and edited the acclaimed film Amanda Knox. In addition, he edited and produced the Oscar-nominated film Cartel Land, and edited the Emmy-nominated Meet the Patels, The Fourth Estate, Mistaken for Strangers and Racing Dreams.

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Talks

What I Learned Working on Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

By Matthew Hamachek | January 8, 2021

What I Learned Working on Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

Director Matthew Hamachek, whose new HBO documentary Tiger airs this weekend, on his first formative experience of filmmaking.