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Stephen W Martin

Stephen W Martin

Author, Director and Screenwriter

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
September 2015
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About Stephen

Stephen W. Martin is a writer and director who’s sophomore children’s book ‘Charlotte and the Rock’ is forthcoming from Dial Books for Young Readers in 2016 (illustrator Samantha Cotterill Mummysam). His short films, “Dead Friends” (2011) and “Dead Hearts” (2014), have screened at hundreds of festivals internationally (Sitges, Clermont Ferrand, Telluride) and have won over thirty prestigious awards, including The Golden Skull at Screamfest L.A. and The Audience Choice Award at Toronto After Dark. He is based out of Los Angeles.




  • Dead Hearts

    Dead Hearts (2014)
    Film (short) by Stephen W. Martin (Fantasy, Horror and Romance) Writer, Director, Producer, Sound department A young mortician will give his heart away to find true love.

  • Katelyn Mann

    Katelyn Mann (2011)
    Film (short) by Stephen W. Martin (Comedy, Drama and Horror) Writer

  • Dead Friends

    Dead Friends (2011)
    Film (short) by Stephen W. Martin (Comedy, Fantasy, Horror and Sci-Fi) Writer, Director Nine year old Lola Turtle's only companion is her treasured and tattered stuffed bunny, Mister Wimperbottom... until she finds a way to grow her very own 'dead' best friend.

  • Empty Spaces

    Empty Spaces (2010)
    Film (short) by David Roncin (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director One night, a socially awkward security guard encounters a young call girl who has just fallen victim to a savage beating. Together they form a bond through their shared sense of futility and isolated existences in a brief moment that will remain with them forever. Empty Spaces is about the intrinsic human yearning for a connection in an increasingly faceless world. Written by Anonymous

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