Benjamin Stevens
Stephen MacLean
Hank White
Joe LeClair

Stephen MacLean, MD.


Stephen MacLean has a unique background. In addition to his MD degree, he is has been a Freelance writer since 2000, with dozens of published feature articles and photographs for a variety of publications, including the Medical Post, one of Canada’s National weekly newspapers. He has also worked as a medical story consultant for several published authors with a combined worldwide print run of over two million.
Stephen has worked in the film industry creating, writing, producing and developing a variety of projects for television, the big screen and online since 2006. Working primarily through Dream Front Entertainment, he has created film projects that have been seen around the world at film festivals, on the internet, and on Regional and National television including the CBC, Canada’s national public broadcaster. Films he has directed, produced and/or written have screened in prestigious venues including the Atlantic Film Festival Gala Showcase, the Tribeca Cinemas in New York City and CBC’s Short Film Face-Off.
He quickly moved into long form dramatic projects in 2007, when he produced an ambitious feature-length Sci‐Fi thriller called Waiting for the Apocalypse. In 2008, he joined up with and co-owns Dream Front Entertainment with Benjamin Stevens. Through the company, Stephen produced and wrote Titanic’s Unknown Child, an emotional documentary about efforts to identify the youngest body recovered after the sinking of the Titanic. It premiered on the CBC in 2009 and 2010, and was picked up by SI International out of Toronto for global distribution rights.
DFE has worked collaboratively with “Fox and a Fairy” production team of Karen Wentzell (producer of the Trailer Park Boys TV series) along with writer/producer Fay Maddison for a fairy‐tale driven feature called Natasha’s Wood. The teaser garnered interest and support from UNICEF Canada and premiered at the organization’s “Chefs for Unicef” fundraising event in 2010.
New Blood, a Twilight-esque 35mm short film was recipient of The Coast newspaper’s silver medal for Halifax’s best film of 2009, it premiered at the Atlantic Film Festival to rave reviews at the CBC Shorts Gala. It was also chosen and broadcast on CBC’s Short Film Faceoff competition in 2010. SI International has acquired global distribution rights, a TV series spin‐off called Raising Faith is currently in development.
Currently Stephen has two feature film projects with development financing through Telefilm, Canada’s prestigious national film funding agency. Both UNWRITTEN, a supernatural thriller (as producer/co-writer), and ENDGAME, a vigilante/revenge thriller (as producer/story editor), are slated to go to camera in 2014.


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