This short documentary film was screened at the 2016 Brooklyn Dyslexia Day conference, and explores the personal side of students with dyslexia, and how their education at Mary McDowell Friends School help prepare them for a future in college. Directed, photographed, and edited by Steven E. Mallorca.
Conniving brothers take their family vacation into their own hands. This film is the third in a series of children’s film festival entries by my sons Jasper and Spencer. Once I again, I let my two sons come up with a story, and then come up with ways to take their story and put it onscreen. It’s always […]
Steve directed, shot and edited this short film documenting the students of Mary McDowell Friends School as they prepare for the National Gettysburg Address Competition.
Official trailer for THE LOST TROPHY, an hour-long documentary in which Steve was Director of Photography as well as Lead Editor. The film was picked up by ESPN and is set to premiere on ESPNU on Saturday, May 9th at 11:00am. THE LOST TROPHY is about the Syracuse University Lacrosse team of the late 80s /early […]
Basketball-playing brothers get more than what they bargained for when their ball gets a bad bounce. This film is the second in the series of children’s film festival entries by my sons Jasper and Spencer. Jasper conceived the idea, Spencer the title. Both were a blast to direct and film.
Jasper is a 5 year old sneaker head in the making. But his stubbornness with his shoes leads him to some hard lessons learned. This is Jasper’s entry to his elementary school’s very first film festival. He came up with the story and even operated some camera. And all the artwork is his. Written and […]
Steve directed and co-edited this 38 screen video for HP’s newly opened executive briefing center in Palo Alto, CA. Consisting of several scenarios and animated messaging that helped illustrate the multitude of industries that HP serves, this video was shot over the course of 14 days with over a dozen locations on the East and […]
Steve directed and edited the “What If” chapter of the multi-source video that served as the dynamic visuals to Gabriel Byrne’s live opening keynote address for SAP’s 2011 SAPPHIRE event. Video background Director and Editor: Steven E. Mallorca Executive producer: Roger Woo, Woo Creative Director of Photography: Eric Lin Motion GFX: Jeff Kryvicky, Collider
Excerpts of a PSA commissioned by New York’s then-Attorney General, Andrew Cuomo, to inform high school upperclassmen about ways to pay for college and warning them about the fraudulent student loan practices that mortgage their futures. Director, Editor: Steven E. Mallorca Director of Photography: Eric Lin Music: Adam Charity