A New York City native, Stephen Wolf earned a BFA at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Wolf attended UCLA’s Professional Program in Screenwriting, and then UCLA’s world-renowned MFA Screenwriting program. Wolf has written over a dozen feature scripts and several TV pilots, with two features currently optioned. Wolf is usually home in Los Angeles glued to his keyboard, though often he enjoys overseas adventure with his talented actress wife, Adrian Lee.
Awards: Finalist, Samuel Goldwyn Award; Semi-finalist, Nicholl Fellowship competition; Winner, UCLA Professional Program screenwriting competition; Semi-finalist, Cinestory screenwriting competition; 2nd-Rounder, Austin Film Festival screenwriting competition; Recipient, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gormé Screenwriting Fellowship.
Last Flight of the Phantom (action/thriller; tone: National Treasure, Indiana Jones/Last Crusade) When the wreck of a WWII bomber is discovered in China, its pilot's devoted grandson is shocked to learn Granddad was never on the plane, and its payload, an atom bomb, is missing. He must unravel his grandfather's cryptic wartime diary to save the bomb from terrorists seeking to avenge the bomb's terrible secret.
731 (action/thriller; tone: Saw, Apocalypse Now) With a week until the Hiroshima bombing, an American and a Chinese Army officer must infiltrate Unit 731, a mysterious Japanese death-camp rumored to conduct horrible medical experiments on POWs. (Currently under option. Inspired by true events. Semifinalist, Nicholl Fellowship competition.)
Endangered (horror thriller; tone: The Evil Dead, The Descent) A meek underachiever joins his type-A college buddy and pals on a Himalayan eco-tour. When their bus breaks down, the males are slaughtered by a mysterious creature, the last of its kind, who seeks a human mate to perpetuate its species.
Army of God (action/thriller; tone: Enemy of the State, Three Days of the Condor) A female photojournalist in Baghdad unwittingly documents top-level U.S. complicity with Iraqi insurgents. She must elude assassins to deliver her photo to Senate investigators—evidence that could end the war. (Winner—UCLA Professional Programs Screenwriting Competition)
Galatea (drama; tone: Ordinary People, The Notebook, Terms of Endearment) An ex-fireman’s tortured marriage comes unhinged when his bitter wife models for a sculptress who seeks answers to her own troubled past.
Film (short) by Cesar Antonio Martinez (Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew A Short Film about love, lust, and heartbreak as we follow two brothers' lives, seeing reality from their eyes. There is John, who is deflated, divorced, and trying to pick up the pieces to his life. John and his son move back to Los Angeles to be reunited with his brother. John's brother, Ben, is a womanizer who cares nothing about having meaningful, romantic relationships. As a matter of fact, that kind of relationship is the source of pain that has molded these two brothers into whom they have become as men. This is a story about perpetuating values to a teen while two brothers struggle to define what's important in their respective lives.
The Commune: A New Cult Classic
Film by Elisabeth Fies (Comedy, Horror, Mystery, Romance and 1 More) Actor, Camera and Electrical Department When Jenny Cross (Chauntal Lewis) has to spend summer vacation with deadbeat dad (Stuart G. Bennett) on his creepy commune, she thinks clean living and boredom will kill her. But some fates are worse than death...Provocateur filmmaker Elisabeth Fies masterfully mixes psychological thriller, horror, satire, and coming of age movies to create a fresh, surprising mystery that winks at 1970s masterpieces. Written by The Commune
Dressing Room: A Trilogy
Film (short) by Tim Guest (Comedy and Drama) Writer, Producer Three vignettes, each set in a dressing room.
Film by Tim Kirkman (Drama) Actor "Loggerheads" interweaves three separate but related stories that take place in different parts of North Carolina. On Mother's Day 1999, Mark, a young drifter with an interest in endangered loggerhead turtles, begins a relationship with motel handyman George. On Mother's Day 2000, Mark's adoptive mother Elizabeth wonders what has become of her estranged son. On Mother's Day 2001, Mark's birth mother Grace quits her job to begin a search for the child she gave up years before-a search that ultimately brings the stories together. Written by Eric Sorensen
Film (short) by Stephen Wolf Writer, Producer, Director, Editor
The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me
Film by Tim Kirkman (Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew When the seed of West Side Story's "Somewhere" is planted into the soul of a gay child, the quest of the film begins. Nine inter-connected scenes interpret this landmark theatrical event, while charting a molten course through the depths and shallows of the urban gay male experience. From the late-night club crawl to the buff-bunny gyms, from the threat of anti-gay violence to the place where condemnation, compromises and closets are a thing of the past, the film exposes the sexual, spiritual and political yearnings at the heart of gay America. Written by Anonymous
Samuel Goldwyn Award in Screenwriting
Semifinalist, Academy Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting
UCLA School of Film, Television and Digital Media
UCLA Professional Program in Screenwriting