Roderick E. Stevens

Roderick E. Stevens

Cinemavista Moving Pictures

Sierra Vista, Arizona

Member Since:
November 2015
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About Roderick

Filmmaker, Writer, Artist, Designer, Homebuilder, Dad, Brother, Chocolate Chip cookie master, Cheerleader . . . and I have ADHD.


  • Red Hat

    Red Hat (2018)
    Film Producer

  • Manhattan Minutiae

    Manhattan Minutiae (2016)
    Film Cinematographer

  • Learning to Drive

    Learning to Drive (2015)
    Film (short) by Roderick E. Stevens (Drama) Director, Producer, Writer Inspired by the real story of a feisty young man with Down syndrome determined to convince his scatterbrained brother to teach him how to drive.

  • An Irish Vampire in Hollywood

    An Irish Vampire in Hollywood (2013)
    Video by Pegarty Long (Fantasy and Horror) Cinematographer When Hollywood beauty Manananaan is kidnapped by a creature of the night, artist sister Mara journeys to Ireland to rescue her. Resisting the powerful sensual allure of the demons of darkness, Mara finds the luck of the Irish turning against her. With creatures and lots of blood, this fight between good and evil has the Emerald Isle as its prize. When her beloved family starts dropping like flies, Mara must resist the powerful sensual allure of the demons of darkness and focus on her fight to capture or a secret serum which holds the promise of immortality before it falls into the wrong hands and threatens to unleash an eternal reign of terror. A tale of mystery, magic, faeries, mad scientists, blood, vampires and love. These ingredients are taken and folded into a mix, which contains a helping of Irish folklore. Written by Pegarty Long

  • Lost Airmen of Buchenwald

    Lost Airmen of Buchenwald (2011)
    Film by Michael Dorsey (Documentary) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department Lost Airmen of Buchenwald is a feature-documentary chronicling the little-known story of Allied airmen imprisoned at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp in the final months of World War II. In the summer of 1944, 168 airmen from the US, England, Canada, Australia and New Zealand were sent by the German Gestapo from a prison in Paris to the infamous Koncentration Lager Buchenwald in Germany. Labeled "terrorists" by the Gestapo, they were sent there to be executed. A controversial moment in history that many western countries refused to admit ever happened, Lost Airmen of Buchenwald tells this harrowing story through interviews with seven surviving members of the group. The film follows them from their days hiding with the French Resistance to the darkest days of the Holocaust, as they struggled to survive inside Germany's most notorious camps as the country collapsed under the weight of the advancing Russian and Allied armies. Written by Michael Dorsey

  • The Overnight

    The Overnight (2010)
    Film by Jed I. Goodman Cinematographer Two days before Christmas, a bellman works his last overnight shift at a four star hotel hoping to finally leave the sleazy world of the grave behind and become something of himself.

  • Mansfield Path

    Mansfield Path (2009)
    Film (short) by Samuel N. Benavides (Drama, Fantasy, Horror and Sci-Fi) Producer, Production manager A skilled woodsman and his wife have been wrongfully accused as the cause of a disease that has spread evil throughout their village. In another realm, a Creature waits to extract, protect, and bury the souls of the dying.

  • Do Not Disturb

    Do Not Disturb (2009)
    Film by Jed I. Goodman (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Cinematographer

  • Taos

    Taos (2008)
    Film by Brandon Schmid (Drama) Cinematographer A young attorney works round-the-clock to meet his fiancée's desires and avoid his own. When an unexpected detour throws a wrench in his non-stop schedule, old wounds are unearthed as new perspectives gain ground through the magical influence of Taos and the desert southwest. He returns home to encounter a most unexpected surprise, bringing a smile to his face and hope for the future. Written by Julie Rathbun

  • The Parallel

    The Parallel (2007)
    Film by Jack Piandaryan (Drama) Cinematographer If nobody acknowledges our existence - how do we know we exist? Our existence is acknowledged in two different places; two different times, at once; is it possible to live a parallel existence? High school senior Danny Fitzgerald certainly didn't think so. The town's golden boy with the charmed life and golden girlfriend, Lynn, is about to graduate. On the night of his graduation, however, Danny's life is forever changed by a chance encounter with a Gypsy who startles him with an alarming reality - your life is not pre-destined to follow a certain path just because you want it to; your choices determine your life. In a moment of intoxicated arrogance, Danny gives in to a night of forbidden passion with Lynn's best friend and dangerous vixen, Margie. That is the last that Danny Fitzgerald remembers. Upon waking, Danny has a new reality - and he has no idea how he got there. 39 years old, living a dead end life with a now bitter and vengeful Margie, Danny frantically navigates through a... Written by Christine Whitmarsh

  • Seven Mummies

    Seven Mummies (2006)
    Film by Nick Quested (Action, Adventure, Drama, Horror and 1 More) Camera and Electrical Department While being transported through the Arizona desert in a van, six convicted prisoners escapes after a car accident. Their leader kills the security guard and they kidnap a female guard trying to reach the Mexican border. In their runaway, they find a gold medallion and later they reach the house of an old Apache, and they ask the direction to reach Mexico. The Apache tells them that in the opposite direction there is a hidden Spanish treasure. They decide to seek the gold and they stumble in an old ghost town, where the friendly population is formed by vampires and zombies and the local sheriff Drake is evil. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • News Junkie

    News Junkie (2006)
    Film (short) by Michael Dorsey (Comedy) Cinematographer News Junkie is a dark and funny commentary about the American news media, told through a young woman who has become addicted to 24-hour cable news networks. This satirical film touches on subjects ranging from the Laci Peterson murder to the Michael Jackson trial and the Middle East. Written by Michael Dorsey

  • High and Dry

    High and Dry (2005)
    Film by Michael Toubassi (Documentary and Music) Camera and Electrical Department HIGH AND DRY is a documentary profiling the history of Tucson, Arizona's eclectic music scene. The past two decades have seen a number of singular talents emerge from Tucson, including Giant Sand's Howe Gelb, who has been called "the godfather of the alt-country movement," seminal blues slide-guitarist Rainer Ptacek, and original cow punk Al Perry. The city has also spawned more popular acts including Calexico, the Supersuckers and Machines of Loving Grace. Some of these bands reached the big time but self-destructed under the pressure of a music career they just weren't ready for, while others still make a successful living from their music, without the support of a major label or the mainstream music industry. HIGH AND DRY tells these musicians' stories, while giving insight into the choices they made along the way - where the desert meets rock 'n' roll. Drawing upon rare archival material, as well as live performances and exclusive interviews with band members, the film provides a ... Written by Upstairs Film

  • The Curse of El Charro

    The Curse of El Charro (2005)
    Film by Rich Ragsdale (Horror) Camera and Electrical Department In California, Maria has awful nightmares with and visions of her sister that committed suicide one year ago. Her roommate Chris invites Maria to travel with her and her friends Tanya and Rose on vacation to her uncle's house in Saguaro, Arizona, to relax. When the group arrives in the house, they immediately go to a night-club to have fun and chase some local guys for sex; however, the evil El Charro is seeking Maria killing her friends with his machete. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • To Charlie, with Love

    To Charlie, with Love (2005)
    Film (short) by Samuel N. Benavides (Horror) Cinematographer

  • Beyond Honor

    Beyond Honor (2004)
    Film by Varun Khanna (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Beyond Honor is a heart-stopping, emotionally resonant portrayal of gender roles and the dynamics of power in a claustrophobic immigrant family living in Southern California.

  • Shadows of the Dead

    Shadows of the Dead (2004)
    Film by Carl Lindbergh (Horror and Drama) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department A couple's weekend getaway turns into a nightmare after they are stranded in the woods and discover what they assume to be a dead body. The assumption is wrong and John and his girlfriend Jennifer are infected with a deadly disease that will soon ravage their bodies. With no place to go, and no one to turn to, they are forced to find shelter in a deserted cabin. This is where they'll find safety, but this is also where they'll experience a slow and torturous death. They must come to terms with their inevitable deaths, the temptation to kill others to sustain their own lives, and the consequences of murder. They will cling to one another's love and support, but in the end.... all great love stories end tragically. Written by Horizon Entertainment

  • In the Dark

    In the Dark (2004)
    Film by Slater Kane (Horror) Cinematographer In 1984, a hidden crime became a deep, dark secret between friends. Five years later, on Halloween night 1989, the secret got out. Here is the actual footage of the events of October 31 and November 1, 1989, when the group returned to the scene of the crime and came face to face with their wicked past. IN THE DARK is a stylish horror film, which tells the "true-life" story of Lizzy Duncan, a young, institutionalized mental patient who was unmercifully picked-on by a group of delinquent teenagers brought into the institution on a work study program. On Halloween day 1984, a tragic event left Lizzy severely disfigured and another female inmate dead. This film captures the actual footage from five years later, when the juvenile's return to the burned-out institution as a Halloween prank. IN THE DARK is a chilling tale that sets itself apart from other horror films by offering an intricate and thought-provoking plot, and telling its story by employing creative and compelling camera ... Written by Slater Kane

  • Alien 51

    Alien 51 (2004)
    Video by Paul Wynne (Horror and Sci-Fi) Cinematographer An alien creature escapes from a research lab at the infamous "Area 51" determined to hunt down its former tormentors.

  • Reveille

    Reveille (2004)
    Film (short) by Donovan Montierth Cinematographer A Navy Veteran and an Army Veteran compete in a game of one-upmanship over a flagpole in a retirement community.

  • Tales of a Fly on the Wall

    Tales of a Fly on the Wall (2004)
    TV Movie by Brian Tochi (Comedy) Cinematographer The expression uttered mischievously throughout the world, "If only I were a fly on the wall" is personified in this truly original, hilariously irreverent, scripted, anthology comedy. Starring THE FLY, a seedily Shakespearean, two-winged Big Brother, this quick-witted, acid-tongued tour guide invites us into his world, to become 'A Fly on the Wall'. As the show's eavesdropping Host, THE FLY opens his personal diary, to divulge all of the deviant, embarrassing, confidential naughtiness everyone believed they could conceal. It's the most tantalizing "tell all" of all time. Do you think your secrets are safe from prying eyes? Well think again, 'cause he's The Fly on the Wall. Dzzzzzt! Written by Jodee Lia

  • The Ghost of Mickey Bullock

    The Ghost of Mickey Bullock (2003)
    Film by Craig McMahon (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer

  • The Pact

    The Pact (2003)
    Film by Brad Jacques (Action and Horror) Cinematographer

  • Webliners

    Webliners (2003)
    Film (short) by Robert Pfitzner (Sci-Fi) Cinematographer

  • L.A. Noir

    L.A. Noir (2003)
    Film (short) by Robert Pfitzner (Thriller) Cinematographer

  • What Ever Happened to Alice

    What Ever Happened to Alice (2003)
    Film by Linda Larson (Thriller) Cinematographer Alice, whose soul has split between good and evil, cradles a baby that whimpers but never reveals its face. Haunting cries echo within her boarded up house in the windy desert. Alice imprisons Rebecca and jerks her into a mad ghostly mind- game through a murderous past and explosive future where both meet their fates. Written by Linda L.Larson, screenwriter

  • Deep Toad

    Deep Toad (2003)
    Film by Toby Hubner (Comedy) Cinematographer A vicious satire of the war on drugs, a DEA agent is sent underground to bust the toad smoking scene with apocalyptic repercussions and romantic consequences.

  • The Neighbors Upstairs

    The Neighbors Upstairs (2003)
    Film (short) by Michael Dorsey (Comedy) Cinematographer

  • Pranksters

    Pranksters (2002)
    Film by Rick Rose (Action, Adventure, Comedy and Thriller) Cinematographer A group of ghost hunters employed by the greatest supernatural crime fighting agency, The Corporation, go back to work to save the world from the evil Zero Group.

  • King's Round

    King's Round (2002)
    Film (short) by Court Dickert (Comedy) Cinematographer, Editor This film is about the lives of three college roommates, Jay, Doug, and Dave. Starting the night off with music and beer, they invite over their friend Claudia. She brings two friends, Caitlin and Mary Beth, with her to the party. After hanging out awhile they decide to spice the night up with a card game called kings round. Doug explains the rules and so it begins. The game brings out emotion, sex, drama, and one wild night. Each character at the table represents a different aspect of the human mind. Caitlin represents the need to belong. Dave represents the jerk in everyone. Doug just wants to be heard. Mary Beth is the player of the group. Jay offers comic relief to the tension caused by the others around the table. Finally Claudia, the lush, who is confused about her current relationship. With all of these people, it turns out to be a wild and crazy night. Written by Court Dickert

  • Serial Intentions

    Serial Intentions (2001)
    Film by Brad Jacques (Crime, Mystery and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Five women, none local and all unknown, have ended up brutally raped, murdered and on the cold steel of the embalming table at the local morgue. Dead-end investigations by the local sheriff's department force the state to send veteran detective Steve McCormack (Mark Grant), who, along with rookie Jamie Garrett (Christy Scott-Cashman), fight a battle against time. Written by Anonymous

  • Robbie's Brother

    Robbie's Brother (2001)
    Film by Tom Dorfmeister (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Identity Lost

    Identity Lost (2001)
    Film by Darren Lynn Bousman (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Cinematographer

  • Circles

    Circles (2001)
    Film by Jam Kaunda (Romance) Cinematographer A lesbian couple decide they want to have a baby and put in motion a plan for one of them to play straight and get a heterosexual man to get her pregnant. Hilarious complications ensue, and a surprise ending reveals a new take on the American family! Written by Anonymous

  • Byline

    Byline (2001)
    Film by Ed Gardiner (Thriller) Cinematographer

  • Demons on Canvas

    Demons on Canvas (2001)
    Film (short) by John Soltys (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Cinematographer

  • View from the End

    View from the End (2000)
    Film (short) by Christine Whitmarsh Cinematographer, Editor While debating the question of what will cause the end of the world, a group of friends discover that the answer they are searching for, has been searching for them.

  • The Dr. C & Elwood Show Vol. 1: Introduction to ADHD

    The Dr. C & Elwood Show Vol. 1: Introduction to ADHD (1998)
    Film (short) by Roderick E. Stevens (Family) Director, Editor, Animation department

  • The Dr. C & Elwood Show Vol. 2: ADHD and Medication

    The Dr. C & Elwood Show Vol. 2: ADHD and Medication (1998)
    Film (short) by Roderick E. Stevens (Family) Director, Editor, Animation department

  • The Dr. C & Elwood Show Vol. 3: ADHD. ODD and Siblings

    The Dr. C & Elwood Show Vol. 3: ADHD. ODD and Siblings (1998)
    Video by Roderick E. Stevens (Family) Director, Editor

  • The Magnificent Seven

    The Magnificent Seven (1998)
    TV Series Miscellaneous Crew

  • Deadly Exposure

    Deadly Exposure (1995)
    Film by Roderick E. Stevens (Action) Cinematographer, Director, Editor, Producer

  • Open Arms

    Open Arms (1995)
    Film by Roderick E. Stevens (Drama) Cinematographer, Director, Producer

  • Lightning Jack

    Lightning Jack (1994)
    Film Miscellaneous Crew

  • Time Wars

    Time Wars (1993)
    Film by Ross Hagen (Western) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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