Director Stephen Mouton
Stephen is proud to announce his directorial debut with Freudian Eyebrow (2009). The film received an Accolade Award in the experimental category. Read the press release on News Blaze. Stephen Mouton previously produced and directed a nine-episode television series "Trojancise", at the George Lucas Production facility housed at the University of Southern California for the Trojan Vision Television Network while obtaining his M.B.A. Degree in 1999. He lives in Los Angeles and is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice and a Business Psychology consultant to corporations developing specialized programs in developmental disabilities, involuntary psychiatric hospitalizations, learning disabilities and cognitive-behavior therapy. His background incites unique, and innovative story ideas. Stephen has taken the feature film production process and reengineered it to a specialized form called "S.P.I.F.F. or Speed Process for Improving Feature Films" as a way to minimize wasting environmental resources (eco friendly) and improve return on investment (ROI) for investors. The S.P.I.F.F. process gives Wall Street a benchmark for investors to evaluate waste in the film making process, by setting rating scales for efficiency. Freudian Eyebrow was shot in an incredibly efficient 4 days using "market bearing price" techniques for hiring crew and equipment rather than relying on industry standards for developing budgets and work times.