Stephen Sinclair

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Stephen Sinclair is a New Zealand film and television writer and emerging director.

As a screenwriter, Sinclair has worked with director Peter Jackson on Meet the Feebles, Braindead and The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.[1] He has directed several short films, including Home Video and Ride, which was selected for the Montreal Film Festival in 2004.[citation needed] He has also recently made his feature film directorial debut, with the drama-comedy Russian Snark, which was written for Stephen Papps and Elena Stejko.[2]

He is a son of poet and noted historian Sir Keith Sinclair and brother of the actor Harry Sinclair.

Current and future projects[edit]

Sinclair has finished making his film Russian Snark and is now concentrating on developing new ideas for his next project with producer Liz DiFiore.[citation needed]

Awards and festivals[edit]

Short films[edit]

  • Ride: Selected for the Montreal Film Festival in 2004.

Feature films[edit]

References[edit]

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