Jon Blizzard wins a Best Director Award for Cabby.

We are so excited to announce that our short film "Cabby" has won another award, as well as being nominated for several others. We are late posting about it, but the Cabby world tour has continued to the Independent Horror Movie Awards, December competition (that's how late we are 😬).

Jon Blizzard was the very fortunate winner of the Best Director award.

Jesse Anthony was nominated for Best Cinematography, Clayton Boone was nominated for Best Actor and "Cabby" was nominated for Best Atmosphere and Best Short Film.

We are so honoured and thankful for the recognition!

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Cabby finds Gold in Florida!

Frank the cabbie had a great visit to the Indie Suspense Horror Sci Fi Film Festival, hit-and-running his way to two more awards. Cabby was awarded :

Best Suspense Film

&

3rd Place for Best Acting

We are so thankful to have this acknowledgement. What a ride it has been so far! Director Jon Blizzard is doing cartwheels as we type this!

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Cabby and Glitter selected for Folly Fest X

We are pleased to announce that two of our films will be screening at the 10th Annual FeelsGood Folly Fest - June 22-24th!

At the screening with 4 other short films, Tracey Lavigne's short film Glitter and Jon Blizzard's Cabby.

The screening will be taking place at 11:30am-1pm on Saturday June 23rd (Tomorrow) at the Silent Disco barn on the Village fairgrounds (20 Court House, Gagetown, NB E5M 1E4).

If you are attending Follyfest, come say hi!

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Our very own Annick Blizzard wins Short Film Venture Award.

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This was a huge win for our local film scene. We are thrilled to congratulate this years winners of the Short Film Venture Program and this could be the best group of four to date!

Kaleigh Stultz, a long time friend of ours and one of better parts of our movie Kick Start Justice.

Tracey Lavigne, the extremely talented writer and director of Glitter.

Lance Kenneth Blakney, who is terrifyingly talented.

and last but not least, Annick Blizzard, who will be debuting as a writer/director on our upcoming short film When We Were Young.

Steam Powered Studios makes it’s presence known at this year’s Silver Wave Film Festival!

Steam Powered Studios is ecstatic to announce that Jon Blizzard took home the award for Best Horror Short for Cabby at the Silver Wave Film Festival last night. Lead actor Clayton Boone was also presented with the Best Actor award for his work in Cabby.

The Steam Powered Studios co-produced short Glitter also received awards! Tracey Lavigne took home an award for Excellence in Screenwriting as well as Best NB Short Drama. Matthew Carr won Excellence in Picture Editing for his work on Glitter.

Our team couldn't be prouder to be sharing these awards with the amazing cast and crew behind both films. Thank you!