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Stev Elam is a International award winning visual/storytelling director whose cinematic style is marked by strong visuals, subtle humor and natural performances.
Whether working with actors with honed skills and talent or real people with unique life experiences, under Elam's direction, the performances are always honest, emotional and above all, human. Whether it's a shy little girl with a hole in her heart, or five-time Emmy nominee, Jill Eikenberry and husband, Michael Tucker, Olympic Gold medalist Tara Lipinski, or Larry King and Vice President Dan Quayle, Elam guides them to the heart of the story.
Elam has been honored by the International Academy of Visual Arts, The American Pixel Academy, featured in Shoot Magazine's Best Work, and has won over two dozen awards in commercials and film.
His first feature film "Moments of Clarity" won (Best Director) and (Best Actress) at the 2015 Boston International Film Festival. The film stars, Lyndsy Fonseca (Nikita, Kick-Ass), Xander Berkeley (24, Terminator 2), Jon Lajoie (The League), Marguerite Moreau (Wet Hot American Summer), Angela McEwan (Nebraska), AJ Trauth (Even Stevens), Golden Globe nominee Bitty Schram (Monk, A League of Their Own) and Oscar nominee Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight).
In 2013 Elam directed a family TV pilot "Zombeo & Juliecula" (4 Telly Awards) and a hard-hitting documentary "Salvage" about homeless women and children on skid row. Elam's short film "The Gadfly" starring Xander Berkeley (Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Apollo 13 and the TV series "24") has won numerous awards including Platinum Remi (Best Dramatic Short) at WorldFest - Houston International Film Festival and (Best Actor) at the Maverick Movie Awards.
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