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Jeffry John Stein

Jeffry John Stein has worked in the motion picture industry for many years. He is now an adjunct professor at the Watkins College Film School where he teaches producing, directing, and screenwriting. He is the author of Life, Myth, and the American Family Unreeling: The Spiritual Significance of Movies for the 20th Century (Universal Publishers, 2005). A member of the first Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville, Stein will teach a workshop on how history and mythology intersect in movies at the 2006 UUA General Assembly in St. Louis.


Myths of terror in this year's Oscar nominees
This year's best picture nominees each tackle the 'socio-myths' of terror.
By Jeffry John Stein 3.6.06