Steven G. Smith is an acclaimed director and producer whose films have been shown at festivals around the world. He was born in Everett, Washington in 1974. He attended the University of Washington, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in cinema production.
Smith’s first feature film, “Screaming Red”, was released in 2002. It was a horror-comedy that received critical acclaim and was featured at the Sundance Film Festival. His second feature film, “Last of the Summer Sun”, was released in 2004 and won several awards at film festivals in the United States and Europe.
In 2006, Smith wrote and directed the drama “Away from Here”. The film starred Josh Hartnett and Amy Adams and was well-received by critics. Smith won the Grand Jury Prize at the Seattle International Film Festival for his work on the film.
Smith’s next feature film was the sci-fi thriller “Primal Fear”, which was released in 2008. The film starred Val Kilmer and Rutger Hauer and was a commercial success. Smith also wrote and directed the romantic comedy “Love Is Not Enough” in 2009. The film starred Elisha Cuthbert and Paul Campbell and was well-received by critics.
In 2011, Smith wrote and directed the drama “The Call”. The film starred Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin and was a box office success. Smith also wrote and directed the crime drama “The Son” in 2013. The film starred Edward Norton and was critically acclaimed.
Smith’s latest film, “The Edge of the Earth”, was released in 2015. The film starred Chris Evans and was a commercial success. Smith has also directed several short films, music videos, and commercials. He is currently in pre-production on his next feature film.
Throughout his career, Smith has been recognized for his work, having won several awards and nominations. He is an accomplished filmmaker whose work has been praised by critics and audiences alike.