As a creative producer, Steven has produced short film, cabaret and charity events. What fuels his passion? Inventive endeavors focusing on artistic growth and creative collaboration with a focus on stories with heart, and stories that NEED to be told.
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Chappetto Square Productions is thrilled to be producing The Bench Project. A series of short independent films revolving around a variety of different benches.
Each episode of The Bench Project is a short film in and of itself. Designed to give experience to people in a variety of fields, it began with finding writers who wanted to create and who felt as though they had stories to tell. Within the framework of a few criteria, scripts were then submitted by various writers.
THE BENCH PROJECT: COMING HOME
An estranged couple reunite...but what is there to say?
Featuring Jennifer Laine Williams and Paul Bomba
Directed by Campbell Walters
THE BENCH PROJECT: A SPECIAL SOMETHING
A couple with a stormy past reunite for an unwelcome surprise.
Featuring Jill Durso and David Lind
Directed by Dave Charpentier
THE BENCH PROJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES
Two high school students are surprised to learn that perhaps they have more in common than they originally thought.
Featuring Drew Bolander, Erik Gersovitz and Kathleen Boddington
Directed by Clark Thomas Feeney
THE BENCH PROJECT: HEAVY METAL
Interrupted during his workout, an emotional bodybuilder launches a vicious tirade against his lover.
Featuring Evan Johnson and Leon Morgan
Directed by J.X. Carrera
"Top 10 Indie Films of 2015" (Let Us Nerd)
THE BENCH PROJECT: LOST AND FOUND
What's lost when things are found? Two widows find out when Bertha discovers a locked box in a closet.
Featuring Elaine Barrow and
Directed by Oriana Oppice
*WINNER BEST WRITTEN FILM, MAGNOLIA FILM FESTIVAL 2016
THE LOVE AFFAIR:
The Love Affair was created entirely in 24 hours, from inception to final edit and delivery, as part of the 24 Film Race competition. As part of the competition, the team was asked to include a glass of water in the film and given the theme of "Mistaken Identity".