Rick Stevenson

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rick Stevenson is a writer, director, and producer from Seattle, Washington. In 2006, his film Expiration Date won both Audience and Jury Award for Best Film at the Omaha Film Festival and took Best Film honors at the American Indian Film Festival. Stevenson will next work on Nine Mile Falls, a series of television adaptations of Deb Caletti's novels. In 2004, Stevenson founded TheFilmSchool with Tom Skerritt and Stewart Stern. Description above from the Wikipedia article Rick Stevenson, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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