Steven J. Frank

Steven J. Frank

Actor, best boy electric and best boy grip in Minneapolis, Minnesota

About Steven

Studied and practiced in NY & LA, came back home Baca use I love MLPS. I love helping people tell their stores, cleaning them up, adding emotion through lights, giving the right cut, or camera motion.


Name: Steven J. Frank

Lives in: Minneapolis, Minnesota

Occupation: Actor, Best Boy Electric, Best Boy Grip, Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Crew, Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Filmmaker, First Assistant Camera, Gaffer/lighting Technician, Key Grip, Narrator, Production Assistant, Screenwriter, Script Consultant, Second Assistant Camera, Student, Videographer, Visual Effects Supervisor and Voice Actor

Credits

  • A Little Push

    A Little Push (2011)
    Film (short) by Andrés Moret Urdampilleta (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Two elderly ladies that live in a nursing home are the only ones alive from their group of friends. The group had an agreement in which if any of them had gotten ill, the other ones would kill her to avoid her suffering. Now that only two of them are left, one friend decides to back out of the pact and the other one wants to continue with it. Written by Anonymous

  • The Horror of Barnes Folly

    The Horror of Barnes Folly (2011)
    Film by Jonathan Rach (Comedy and Horror) Miscellaneous Crew When a misunderstood MONSTER stumbles into the small backwoods hillbilly town of BARNES FOLLY, it is up to DEPUTY JOHNSON (Gorbos), an inept, newly transplanted cop from the big city, to ease the terrified town and bring the Monster to justice. He forms a mismatch posse, including his slightly psychic girlfriend (Bell), the town's only doctor (Muhammed), an odd woodsman (Gubbins), and Jeff, the hillbilliest of all hillbillies (Rodrick), to catch the horrible, horrific, horrifying Monster. Written by Anonymous

  • Love, Processed

    Love, Processed (2010)
    Film (short) by Clementine Cayrol (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Have you ever wondered what goes on in your body & brain when you fall in love, or if there was a scientific explanation for what you think you feel ? Love, Processed is a fake documentary on Love, based on real scientific facts... Kind of. Narrated by a fake scientist and illustrated by a fake couple, this movie looks at love from a scientific point of view. Written by Anonymous

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