Steve Rosen is an established and highly respected American film director, writer, and producer. He has been active in the entertainment industry since the late 90s, and has worked on everything from feature films, television shows, and documentaries.
Rosen was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1969. He grew up in a creative and artistic family, and was always drawn to the art of filmmaking. After attending NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Rosen went on to take a job as an editor on a few independent films. From there, he quickly became the editor and assistant director on several different projects.
In 2002, Rosen made his feature-length directorial debut with the critically acclaimed independent film, “The Beatle.” The film earned him a nomination for Best First Feature at the Independent Spirit Awards, and also provided him with the opportunity to direct his next project, “The Pilot.” This film was a critical and commercial success, and earned Rosen a Director's Guild of America award nomination.
Rosen's biggest success to date was the 2013 film “The Greatest,” a drama about a family struggling to come to terms with a tragedy. The film was praised as a powerful and emotional story, and earned Rosen several awards, including the prestigious Audience Award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Rosen has since gone on to direct several different projects, including television shows, documentaries, and short films. He is currently developing a feature film about a young man dealing with the loss of his father.
Throughout his career, Rosen has been praised for his ability to tell stories that are both grand and intimate, and for his skill as a visual storyteller. He has been nominated for several awards, including Best Director at the Independent Spirit Awards, and is recognized for his talent and commitment to independent film.