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Steve Wagner

Steve Wagner was cohost, writer, and executive producer of the Bay Area television programs Reel Life and Filmtrip, reviewing over one thousand films and interviewing over three hundred actors, directors, writers, and musicians. His documentary film, All You Need Is Myth, for which he provided the voice-over narration, premiered in May 2014 at the Sacramento Film Festival and won the Evolution Award at the 2014 Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles.
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