Steve Edmiston

Steve Edmiston works as an independent feature film screenwriter and producer. He is also an attorney with 25 years of experience practicing business, litigation intellectual property and entertainment law. Edmiston is a frequent teacher, advisor and speaker on film and film industry issues. He has shown his films at a variety of festivals including: Palm Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Seattle International Film Festival, Big Island Film Festival, Ashland and Port Townsend.

Edmiston wrote and directed the award-winning short The Day My Parents Became Cool, which was shot entirely in the south Puget Sound area. In 2014, Edmiston along with Scott Schaefer released the short film The Maury Island Incident, which profiled the alleged UFO sighting over Puget Sound, Washington, in 1947.

Find more information on Edmiston’s screen credits and films, including cast information, trailer videos and release dates on IMDb.

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The Maury Island Incident