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Synopsis: Written & Directed by Stephen Keep Mills, USA, Drama
Early December, New York City, and everyone is on the hunt for love. Why? Because they haven’t found it — and because they haven’t found it, they make it into a myth and chase the myth instead. That is not love in this romantic drama of fantasy, fate, and yearning. IMDb
Stephen Keep Mills left the Yale Drama School in the spring of 1969 to join the Guthrie Theatre, then appeared with many US and Canada regional companies. He performed in The Shadow Box, Story Theatre, and Metamorphosis on Broadway and in several Off-Broadway houses including The Roundabout Theatre and The Public, where his performance in Vaclav Havel’s A Private View earned him a Drama Desk nomination. His television credits include guest-star roles in over 25 episodic shows and Movies Of The Week, and regular roles on “Flo” and the Sci-Fi series “VR-5.”
In the late 1990’s, Mills began directing and producing his own written works on stage, gaining critical notice with SquareOne in LA, and an Ovation Nomination for his adaptation of A Christmas Carol: The Ghost Story of Christmas,’ which he directed in collaboration with DeafWest Theatre in American Sign Language. In 2003, he produced and acted in the film of his play Hotel Lobby, and thereafter cast himself full-time as a filmmaker. He made his directorial debut with the 15-minute 2005 film A Cigar at the Beach, which screened world-wide in 166 festivals, winning 47 awards. He followed up with a 2008 short, Liminal, that accumulated 84 festival screenings and 30 awards. Mills is a member of Academy Award Winner Bobby Moresco’s Actors’ Gym and is included in Del Weston’s (AOF) Top 100 Indie Filmmakers In The World Part 1. He is mortally coached by the “living” ghost of Stella Adler. “Love is not Love” marks Mills’ first feature as director. IMDb