Steve Adams...

Who the heck is Steve?

Steve has been in the entertainment business for over twenty-five years as an actor, writer, producer and director. He has performed in many theatres across the country including the prestigious Shaw Festival. Some of the numerous film and television credits he has include Affliction, Hollywoodland, The Dead Zone, Possible Worlds, Truth, Stardom, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Blue Butterfly, Savage Messiah, IMAX:Ultimate G’s, X-files, Wiseguy and Nuremberg.

He most recently produced the feature film The Baby Formula along with his friends Alison Reid and Paul Zimic...and the help of Telefilm Canada. TMN, Movie Central and CBC have acquired broadcast rights in Canada. It recently aired on HBO. The Baby Formula has been in over fifty film festivals around the world thus far. It opened the prestigious Mannheim Heidelberg Film Festival to a sold out audience of six hundred film-goers per night. The Baby Formula had its theatrical release in June 2009, with Maple Pictures as the distributor.

Steve has written, produced, directed plays and several short films including the sci-fi short, Alien Reid, which airs on the SPACE Station and Drive-In Classics. He co-produced the very popular short film Succubus with Alison Reid that has been seen in over fifty film festivals around the world.

President of Dreamstate Productions, Steve is in the process of writing and developing several feature films and TV projects. He has received development monies from Telefilm Canada for his feature films, Sissiboo, which he also wrote,and Plum Loco, a Sci-Fi western that he’s optioned.

Steve is the past President of ACTRA B.C. and a former Board member of the B.C.M.P.A. (British Columbia Motion Picture Association) and MAIN FILM, an indie co-op in Montreal, Quebec. He recently sat on the board of directors at LIFT, an independent filmmaker's co-op in Toronto. Along with his current film projects, Stephen teaches/coaches actors, as well as directors working with actors across Canada. Stephen has studied filmmaking/screenwriting at UBC: Entertainment Administration Program, George Brown College, MAIN FILM, The Summer Institute of Film and Television (SIFT) and UCLA.