Steve J. Adams and Sean Horlor are filmmakers from Vancouver, Canada. They direct and produce their own projects, and have made documentaries together for the past three years. Their latest film, The Day Don Died, explores the nature of gossip and false news through the untimely death of a jazz singer.
Their short documentaries Hunting Giants (2017), Brunch Queen (2017), A Small Part of Me (2016), Angela (2016), and Only One (2016) have screened at festivals around the world.
Their three short films on transgender Canadians living in small towns (A Small Part Of Me, Angela, Only One) are available on Telus Optik VOD in a series called TransCanada. The series was nominated for four Leo Awards in 2017, including Best Series, Best Director, Best Editor, and Best Cinematography.