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(2014)

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When made the teaser for "Stunt Games" in 2007, Steven Dasz suffered a sprained right knee in testing prior to filming. Andrew Dasz did a stunt double on this production.
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In 2012 Stunt Games has passed the 100,000 views on Youtube (Official Channel).
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When he worked in the short film Mujer de Luna (2005) as a production assistant, he met Director (David Xarach), Steven proposed David to do a work together. In 2006, they eventually planned to pursue this idea, so before Steven traveled back to Los Angeles, he went to Canary Island a few weeks to meet up David daily in order to make this idea happen. In 2007, they started with the Teaser and followed with the shooting in the same year. The last scene of Stunt Games was filmed in the city of Madrid in 2009, and was completed in 2010.
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The writer-director of Stunt Games has written, directed, and edited several short films, music videos, for more than 10 years, and also produced the 2008 Youtube Project Direct worldwide finalist short film Natalie. His directorial debut with a Feature film was Stunt Games, an action packed film made almost with no budget.

After a successful short run through several festivals, competing with films with thousands of times its budget, Stunt Games was internationally released in 2011, getting a great success from the public, and achieving more than 100,000 views through the just released Youtube.com/movies service, in just a couple of weeks. In 2012 David Xarach moved to Los Angeles, where he has been working on and developing multiple projects for film and TV.
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