News and Updates from Steven Tylor O’Connor

TRAVEL

Steven will be in London, UK May 3-7, 2019

PROJECT UPDATES

GRIND

Under the Chemically Altered Productions banner, “Grind” is a musical short film which stars Anthony Rapp, Claire Coffee, and Pasha Pellosie. You can stream the film online at Amazon. Click here to watch! Soundtrack Available on  iTunes and Amazon.

“Grind” has been accepted into 28 film festivals around the world, with screenings in Amsterdam (World Premiere), Ireland, Germany, and Canada. The property is currently being developed into a feature film.

AWARDS:

  • Best Overall Short Film, Best Cinematography (Blake Steigerwald) and Outstanding Artistic Achievement (Zachary Halley) at FilmOut San Diego

  • Best Short Film at the Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival

  • Best LGBT Film at the NYC Downtown Short Film Festival

  • Best LGBT Film at the SENE Music and Film Festival

  • Second Place – Juried Award – Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival

WELCOME TO NEW YORK

You can stream “Welcome to New York” on Amazon. Click here to watch!

This comedic short film was written, directed and produced by Steven Tylor O’Connor. It stars Sherry Vine with Ashleigh Murray, Sean Paul Lockhart, Megan Kane, Matthew Watson, Nicholas Page and features Casper Andreas and Victor Cruz.

AWARDS:

  • Best LGBT Comedy at the SENE Music and Film Festival

  • Best LGBT Comedy at the South Texas Underground Film Festival

  • Audience Favorite at the Louisville LGBT Film Festival

FINANCES FOR TEENS

Steven wrote a book on finances for teens and young adults called “Finances for Teens… And Those Who Spend Like One.” You can get your copy on Amazon.com here.

DADDY

Daddy” is the directorial debut of Gerald McCullouch who also stars in the film alongside writer, Dan Via, and the supremely talented Jaime Cepero.  Distributed through Breaking Glass Pictures, “Daddy” is available on DVD and VOD via Amazon Instant, Google Play, iTunes and via all major cable providers.

IT COULD BE WORSE

Created by Wesley Taylor and Mitchell Jarvis, “it could be worse” is a critically acclaimed web series which is available on Vimeo.