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Abbie Stephens

Abbie Stephens has a knack for strong, concept-led direction which has earned her an impressive collection of award nominations.

Based in London, Abbie works on both short film and commercial projects. Her work for Chambord demonstrates her graphic, clean style.

Short Films
Music's soothing properties are pushed to the brink in this riveting short film from Colonel Blimp director Abbie Stephens. A violinist enters a building in an agitated state. The root of his despair is left to the viewer's imagination, but his catharsis is plain to see and absorbed in searing fashion. After initially throwing away his instrument, the protagonist stands at the edge of the room and begins channelling his emotions into the violin.
Film Production: Colonel Blimp Ⓟ Ⓦ
Director: Abbie Stephens ♀ Ⓟ
Producer: Sophie Dewey
1st AD: Casper Campbell
Executive Producer: Paul Weston
Cinematography: Ben Fordesman
Art Department: Frankie Boyle / James Early
Stylist: Natalie Willis
Hair Design: Anna Wild
Make-Up: Anna Wild
Editor: Flaura Atkinson @ The Quarry Ⓦ
Offline Producer: Charlie Morris
Colourist: James Bamford @ The Mill Ⓦ
Sound Designer: Martin Leitner @ Wave Ⓦ
Composer: Joss Holden-Rea
Performance: Tobie Trip

Colonel Blimp
181 Wardour Street
020 7494 0747
Paul Weston
(Executive Producer)
Richard Grewe
(Head of New Business and Music)

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