Steven J. Wolfe

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Steven J. Wolfe (born October 17, 1959) is a producing partner[1] and owner of Sneak Preview Entertainment, the Hollywood film production and talent management company he founded in 1993 with Lynette Prucha Chavez, a long-time friend and business associate. Wolfe continues to develop and package an eclectic slate of new indie film projects.

Wolfe’s film, "Twin Falls Idaho" was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics at its world premiere in the 1999 Sundance Film Festival. The story of young woman who finds herself with feelings for one of two, adult conjoined twins, "Twin Falls" is the debut feature of award winning writers Mark and Michael Polish, identical twin brothers who play the role of conjoined twins Blake and Francis in the film, with Michael directing as well. “Twin Falls” won the Special Jury Prize at the Deauville Film Festival and was nominated for Two Independent Spirit Awards including Best First Film over $500,000.

Filmography of Steve J. Wolfe at the Internet Movie Database[edit]

Producer (25 credits)

2013 Baggage Claim (producer)

2013 The Secret Lives of Dorks (producer)

2010 Our Family Wedding (producer)

2009 Miss March (producer)
2009 (500) Days of Summer (producer)

2008 Beautiful Loser (executive producer) / (producer)

2007 A Dennis the Menace Christmas (Video) (producer)

2006 Phat Girlz (producer)
2005 The Civilization of Maxwell Bright (producer)

2005 When Do We Eat? (producer)

2004 Hellbent (producer)

2001 Circuit (producer)

2001 Fast Sofa (producer)
1999 Clean and Narrow (co-producer)
1999 Twin Falls Idaho (producer)

1998 Relax... It's Just Sex (producer)

1995 Bird of Prey (executive producer)

1994 Tollbooth (producer)

1992 I Only You (co-producer)

1991 Scorchers (co-producer)

1989 My Mom's a Werewolf (producer)
1989 II Night Club (supervising producer)

1987 Deathrow Gameshow (supervising producer)

1987 Hunk (associate producer)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Willis, John; Monush, Barry (2001). Screen World 2000. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 80–. ISBN 978-1-55783-431-7. Retrieved 28 September 2011.