Stephen Mastrocola

Stephen Mastrocola

Director and Screenwriter

San Jose, California

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December 2015
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Credits

  • In the Dismal Night Hours

    In the Dismal Night Hours (2016)
    Film (short) by Stephen Mastrocola (Horror) Director, Writer, Producer

  • The Bling Ring

    The Bling Ring (2013)
    Film by Sofia Coppola (Biography, Crime and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Inspired by actual events, a group of fame-obsessed teenagers use the internet to track celebrities' whereabouts in order to rob their homes.

  • Falling Up

    Falling Up (2013)
    Film (short) by RJ Collins (Adventure, Comedy, Drama and Family) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director One ordinary day, 10-year-old Charles Henry is delighted to discover that he has the ability to float. But when society pressures him to conform and fix his 'problem', he must find the courage to overcome what others think and embrace who he is. Written by Anonymous

  • Boom Box Kids

    Boom Box Kids (2012)
    Film (short) by Taylor Gledhill (Comedy, Family and Music) Miscellaneous Crew Boy band front-men, Curtis and Jayke, must put aside their own solo ambitions lest they tear the band apart. Forever.

  • Glow

    Glow (2011)
    Film (short) by James H. Spencer (Sci-Fi and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew A young woman riding a bus finds out that she has just 2 hours left to live. Having no one to turn to, she clings onto the only person available- the stranger sitting next to her.

  • To Each His Own

    To Each His Own (2011)
    Film (short) by Chase Smith (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department A true-crime novelist interviews the last-known person to see a girl alive on the night of her murder.

  • Allegiance

    Allegiance (2011)
    Film (short) by Patrick Dawn (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department In an alternate reality the Nazi Party was the sole victor of World War Two, leaving the entire globe at their disposal. Now in a "present day" Los Angeles, an impersonal and fascist world, Joseph Abbott is a middle school teacher for the Nazi school system. Prompted by his son's growth, Joseph works to change some of the injustices in the system. This classroom revolution teaches the children messages of freedom and individuality, but most importantly, the importance of fighting for what you believe in. Written by Patrick Dawn

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