Stephen Frost won Best Director at the Rob Knox Film Festival in 2009 for his debut short film “Is Anybody There?” and followed this up as writer/director of the supernatural drama “A Piper’s Maggot”.
Music and sound plays a pivotal role in Stephen's film-making and story-telling, where the visual, audio and musical elements are constructed and developed organically alongside each other, creating a rare and distinct voice for his films.
Writer (1 Credit)
Director (1 Credit)
7 Awards & Selections
Nominated - Best Feature, Best Director, Best Score, Best Editing, Best Cinematography, Best Female Actor, Best Male Actor Leave Now
Shawna Shea Film Festival Suothbridge, Massachusetts
Official Selection Leave Now
L’Europe autour de l’Europe - Festival of European films in Paris Paris
WINNER: BEST FILM, WINNER: BEST SCREENPLAY Leave Now
"I may as well confess that film seems a refined species of occult practice to me. Indeed, it sets up shop at the juncture of art, technology, and magic." from "The Spooky Art: Thoughts on Writing" by Norman Mailer
I tell tales. Starting out on the Film Festival journey with first feature "Leave Now".