Steve J. Adams and Sean Horlor are a directing team from Vancouver, Canada. Their documentary and docufiction films explore the intersection of identity, memory, and popular culture. Growing up as closeted teens in rural British Columbia has had a direct influence their filmmaking and their desire to tell stories from and about other points of view.
Their films The Day Don Died (2018), 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.
They are currently in production for Well-Versed, a 12-part series of short films for BC’s Knowledge Network exploring books and authors. They are also in development with the National Film Board on their first feature-length documentary film Never Going Back, which will follow a group of queer Canadians over the course of a year as they privately sponsor and help resettle queer refugees in Canada.
They’ve worked with broadcasters across Canada and brands like Telus and Earls. Their work has been featured on Mashable, Buzzfeed, E! News, and The Today Show. They are obsessed with human behaviour, and all the weird and wonderful ways people act and interact.