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Steve Taylor (IV)

Steve Taylor is a producer and director, known for Social Intercourse (1998), Detour (2003) and The Source (2002). See full bio »

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Known For

Social Intercourse
(1998)
Detour
Detour Director
(2003)
The Source
The Source Director
(2002)
The Throwaway
The Throwaway Producer
(2013)

Filmography

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 2013 The Throwaway (Short) (producer) (completed)
 2012 Dark Steel (Video short) (producer) (completed)
 2017 Clawed (producer)
 2012 Imprint (Video short) (producer)
 2012 The 3rd (Video short) (producer)
 2011 Apostate (Video short) (producer)
 2011/I Serum (Short) (producer)
 2008 Battle Planet (co-producer)
 2007/I Divine Intervention (line producer)
 2007 Gaydar (Short) (co-producer)
 2005 Officer Down (TV Movie) (line producer)
 2004 Starkweather (line producer)
 2002 Scarecrow (Video) (producer)
 1998 Social Intercourse (producer - as S. Lee Taylor)
Show Show Director (13 credits)
Show Show Writer (12 credits)
Show Show Editor (10 credits)
Show Show Cinematographer (6 credits)
Show Show Actor (4 credits)
Show Show Visual effects (3 credits)
Show Show Sound department (1 credit)
Show Show Self (1 credit)

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S. Lee Taylor

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