Benjamin Stevens
Stephen MacLean
Hank White
Joe LeClair

Benjamin Stevens, MEd., BEd., BA.


Co-founder of Dream Front Entertainment, Benjamin Stevens is an Alberta based filmmaker who studied at Acadia University before completing his graduate work at the University of Ottawa.

Ben’s recent directorial projects include the feature film AVI, a psychological horror in the vein of Paranormal Activity that was filmed in Eastern Canada the summer of 2012, the CBC documentary Titanic’s Unknown Child, the internationally acclaimed short film New Blood, and the Democracy 250 funded stage play The Trial of Charlotte Hill. In 2009 he joined forces with Trailer Park Boys producer Karen Wentzell to bring life to a concept trailer for the upcoming feature film Natasha’s Wood by Australian writer Fay Maddison in support of UNICEF Canada. He has also worked in senior assistant directing roles, most recently on the films Pawnshop, Paper Hearts, Just Desserts, The Mistress Diaries, and the gothic feature Eternal Kiss.

Ben is currently developing a number of new media and feature film projects with business partner Stephen MacLean. Deprivation, Unwritten, and Endgame are at the top of the development slate, as well as an epic historical romance, adapted from USA Today’s best-selling author Julianne MacLean. Ben also enjoys working as an editor and is familiar with the Adobe, Final Cut, and Avid lines of editing systems. He worked extensively with After Effects and Premiere to take New Blood from a 4/2k digital shoot to 35mm film print for theatrical exhibition, and allied with Paul Kimball as offline editor to construct the 13-part TV series Ghost Cases.

Before launching Dream Front Entertainment, and while studying in the bachelor of computer science program, Ben worked as part of the application design team at Acadia University’s Institute for Teaching and Technology. From there he joined the expansive team of software developers at Nortel Networks in Ottawa before moving on to head I.T. projects at the Social Planning Council of Ottawa. Benjamin has over fifteen years of programming experience and ten years of web design and development experience. Most recently, he has developed and implemented web applications in Alberta and is heading the production of Bloodthrone Dynasty, a massively multiplayer mobile platform game.


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