Necrolog, a dramatic
short by Steven Addair, relies as much upon cinematography
as it does upon storyas much upon editing as it does
upon acting. Necrolog is a complete motion picture
that establishes a setting so tactile, and a mood so enveloping,
that it could probably hold its own without actors. Lucky
for us, though, Steven Addair included them.
Taras Michael Losan actor who
understands that the moments between dialogue are at least
as important as the moments duringstars as Alexander
Poversky, an assassin whose past deeds are haunting him.
Poversky is hired to kill another mans wife (played
by Sara Hatfield with a quiet intensity that matches Loss).
As Poverskys mental state decays little by little,
he finds himself unsure whether to kill his target or save
With only a six-person crew by his side,
and a Canon XL1 in his hands, Steven Addair put together
a motion picture that works on every level. With his apparent
skill as a writer, director, cinematographer, and editor,
Mr. Addair undoubtedly has a long, successful career ahead
Steven D. Addair lives
in NYC. Past projects include several short films including
Ivory (Super 16) and PETTY CA$H (Super 16).
He also directs music videos, and shoots/directs/edits corporate
videos for many Manhattan companies.
Originally from VA, Steven
also worked at TV stations in Chicago while getting his
Master's in Film/TV from Governor's State University in
1998. Since then, Steven has worked in most film and video
formats while also writing several feature-length screenplays.
Steven and his wife Danielle (an executive producer for
a Manhattan production company) formed Addair Productions