The Story of a storyteller


Ravens Eye had the honor to produce Stewart’s Memorial Film. He created the line “vacation from oblivion”. “Oblivion” is what he called death. So, Stewart’s vacation from oblivion has now ended at the age of 92. He was a friend, a mentor, a co-founder of TheFilmSchool in Seattle, and one of our country’s greatest screenwriters, having written “Rebel Without A Cause” with James Dean, “The Ugly American” with Marlon Brando, “Rachel, Rachel” with Joanne Woodard and directed by Paul Newman, and “Sybil” with Sally Field, just to name a few. He was born into Hollywood royalty as his uncle was the ever powerful Adolph Zukor and his cousins were the Loews, who controlled MGM. He was one of America’s best screenwriters and a living legend amongst all who knew him, Stewart wasn’t a man, he was an experience.




April Larson


Joseph Assi


Joseph Assi


Stewart Stern, James Dean, Paul Newman, Marlon Brando, Sally Fields and Tom Skerritt.