Steve Zeifman

Steve Zeifman

291 Film Partners
Director, Producer and Screenwriter

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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April 2014
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About Steve



Over the last 30 years Steve Zeifman has run with the entrepreneurs of San Francisco. He has founded, managed, directed and represented a number of creative companies and teams including: KRCB Public Television, PlanetPoint, Reps in the West, On Tape Productions, Red Sky Films and Frog Prince. Steve is a writer, producer, director, artisan, businessman and dreamer. Steve lives with his eyes, ears and heart pointed in the direction of consciousness and sustainable living. He is currently running Rush Creek Editions and developing two feature films, 291 & Turn the Saints. Steve lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


Steve Zeifman, writer, producer has made the decision to direct his long held property, 291 . This original screenplay created nearly 20 years ago has now resurfaced and been re-written by Steve in Santa Fe New Mexico. "The decision was made to make this film here in Santa Fe now that the resources have finally come to the state and the creative community is awash with the talent necessary to take this wonderful story to the screen," according to Zeifman.

Looking for Mr. Stieglitz:

To get things started, we decided to produce a short, “Looking for Mr. Stieglitz,” where Georgia O'Keeffe meets a stranger at 291 and discovers she is ready for her future. We cast Rachel de la Torre as O’keeffe and veteran actor Tone Forrest as Hodge Kirnon, the stranger. All under the steady hand of producer, Erica Mehaffy we shot with the "Red Epic Camera System," with David Schweitzer at the helm at the Greer Garson Sound Stages and on location in Santa Fe November 2011. Doug Werby in San Francisco is on the edit and composer, Stephen Barber in Austin to do the music in 2012. The Film was completed and was featured in three Festivals: Carmel California, Santa Fe New Mexico both in 2013 and the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival in Seattle Washington this year. IMDB listing:

Unique traits: the long haul....


  • 291

    291 Biography Logline: Modern Art meets the Harlem Renaissance at 291 Fifth Avenue where Hodge Kirnon, the elevator man finds the inspiration to create his masterpiece, “the Civil Rights Movement.”


  • Looking for Mr. Stieglitz

    Looking for Mr. Stieglitz (2013)
    Film (short) by 291 Film Partners, LLC Writer/Director

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