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Stephen Leon

Stephen Leon

Artistic Blueprint Films
Cinematographer, Director of Photography, Storyboard Artist, Editor, Filmmaker, First Assistant Camera, Illustrator, Lighting Designer, Photographer (Still), Screenwriter, Set Designer, Videographer and Crew

Northlake, Texas

Member Since:
January 2015
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
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About Stephen

My name is Stephen Leon and I'm a Multimedia artist from North Texas. I created the company Artistic Blueprint Films in 2013 to establish productive business relationships on a professional level utilizing my talents as a Cinematographer, writer, producer, Director and story board artist.


  • A Dangerous Place

    A Dangerous Place (2012)
    Video (Thriller) Actor An innocent woman, Claire Scully is drawn into a terrorist plot to kill people through the mail using a deadly strain of TB.

  • Beautiful Women Wake Up Early

    Beautiful Women Wake Up Early (2012)
    Film (Short and Drama) Cinematographer Add a Plot »

  • The Pack

    The Pack (2011)
    Film (Drama) Art department Twelve Angry Men meets Silkwood in a suspenseful feature inspired by true stories, starring Lucie Arnaz (The Jazz Singer) and Elisabeth Moss (Girl Interrupted, Madmen). A young man testifies against his mother for killing the father with secondhand smoke. Inspired by documented cases, "Smoking Non Smoking" weaves together the jury's cinema verite style deliberation, provocative courtroom testimony, flashbacks and the family's intimate home movies. An ambitious Assistant District Attorney (Carlos Leon, "The Big Lebowski," "The Woodsman" ) prosecutes a wife and mother (Lucie Arnaz) for murder after her forty-seven year-old husband dies of lung cancer. Their twenty-four year-old son decides to testify against her. At first, this appears to be a ridiculous case, but one juror's doubts (Jennifer McCabe) and inspirations - a student of hers (Elisabeth Moss) force the jury into an intriguing, emotional and complicated choice regarding addiction, loyalty and individual responsibility. Written by Anonymous


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