Steve Hoover is driven by the process of creative discovery. He seeks to understand and effectively communicate the complexity of human experience through art and cinema. His steadfast integrity and dedication to detail has gained him some of films most coveted awards.
Steve is the director and editor of two feature length documentaries. The first one, titled "Blood Brother,” premiered at Sundance in 2013, where it won the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience award for best U.S. feature length documentary. The second film, titled "Almost Holy,” was Executive Produced by Terrence Malick and scored by Atticus Ross. It went on to premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, has won awards around the world, and was on a theatrical run in the U.S. and the U.K.
His reserved approach is generally unsuspecting and unconventional. His concession of not knowing all the answers leads him to genuinely sympathize with other people and facilitate an empathetic pathway to diverse audiences. He listens, he learns, he connects and, most importantly, he communicates. On another note, he loves drawing, coffee and, sadly, Snapchat.