Acclaimed director Steven Lewis Simpson will be talking about all aspects of film production at our second Independent Filmmakers evening on Wednesday 11 April, 6.30pm. Steven has kindly stepped in to replace Lee Hutcheon, who has had to postpone his talk in order to allow him to concentrate on the edit of his soon to be released film ‘the Clan’. We hope to be able to announce a new date for Lee’s masterclass very soon.
- Starts 6.30pm
- Location: Peacock Visual Arts
- Admission free
About Steven Lewis Simpson
At 18 Steven Lewis Simpson (1970) was the youngest fully qualified stockbroker and trader in Britain. At 22 he moved to Los Angeles to work for the legendary Roger Corman’s Concorde Pictures. He returned to the UK in May 1993 and shot ‘Ties’, his first feature film, which he wrote, produced, directed, edited and financed through his company Roaring Fire Films He is currently in post-production on ‘A Thunder-Being Nation’, shot on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. A feature documentary it covers the Oglala Lakota Indians attempts to re-establish their own nation to break free from the USA. It has been filmed over the last six years.
Steven has also dipped his toes into the music world with the release of two critically acclaimed albums featuring a track he collaborated on with composer/musician Future Pilot AKA.
Praise for ‘RETRIBUTION’ (2005): “Masterfully delivered in fine style …never flinches from attempting (and succeeding) to lift his film to new levels of storytelling expertise. A low budget picture with blockbuster aspirations, Retribution augurs well for the future of this ambitious and multi-talented filmmaker.” – Chris Flanders