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Stephen Sherwood (III)


Stephen P. Sherwood is an award winning writer, director and editor. He directs the Southern Screenwriters Guild, which meets twice monthly in Atlanta, and has written a three-part sci-fi/fantasy mini-series, three features and more than a dozen shorts to date. He has Produced four of his short scripts into films, all of which have been featured ... See full bio »
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Known For

The King's Guitar
(2015)
Identity Thief
Identity Thief Camera and Electrical Department
(2013)
Passing
Passing Editor
(2013)
Let's Be Cops
Let's Be Cops Camera and Electrical Department
(2014)

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 2015 The King's Guitar (Short)
 2014/IV Fade (Short)
 2013/II Passing (Short)
 2012 Trysts (Video short)
 2011 The Rubicon (Short)
 2011 No Chopsticks (Short)
 2010 No Experience Necessary (Short)
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A great script doesn't always make a great movie, but a bad script always makes a bad movie.

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