Stephen T. Maing, Producer/Director
Stephen Maing is a New York-based filmmaker. He is a fellow of the Sundance Documentary Institute and a grant recipient of the MacArthur Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, and the Independent Television Service. His filmmaking merges an interest in underrepresented individuals and communities, and the evolving considerations of identity, visual language, and narrative structure. He co-produced and edited the award-winning documentary Lioness, which had its broadcast premiere on PBS’s Independent Lens, and directed the narrative film Little Hearts. His film High Tech, Low Life won Best Documentary awards at the Independent Film Festival of Boston and the Little Rock Film Festival, and Best Cinematography at the Woods Hole Film Festival. Stephen works as a director, cinematographer, and editor on documentary and narrative films and teaches summer classes in documentary cinematography at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston.