“The Trouble With Milly” will be Kim St Leon’s third feature ﬁlm project.
Kim directed and co-wrote the multi-award winning ﬁlm “Lost Everything,” now available on Amazon.com and Netﬂix. That production won the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival’s “Florida Favorite” award, as well as the “Best Director” award at the Aphrodite Film Festival.
Kim went on to produce “Amelia’s 25th,” starring Danny Trejos, Jennifer Tilly, and Margaret Cho.
Kim’s 35 year career as producer, director, and actor is multi-faceted. From casting to makeup to scenic design, she’s done it all.
She is the former artistic director and co-founder of Parade Productions, a theatre company based in Boca Raton, FL, where she oversaw acclaimed productions by veteran playwrights, as well as helping establish unknown, local talent.
A sought-after director across South Florida, Kim has worked at the renowned Broward Center For The Performing Arts and Miami’s The Arsht Center. Credits include “Nine Parts of Desire,” “The Memory of Water,” “City Theatre “Summer Shorts,” “Men Don’t Go To Heaven,” “Zombie Prom,” “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress,” and the award winning “Frankie and Johnny in the Claire Du Lune.”
As a teacher and mentor, she’s proud of the striking productions with The New World School for the Arts, her time teaching at The Acting School in Hollywood, and her current classes at Universal Productions.
What makes Kim proudest right now is “The Trouble With Milly.” Its universal themes of “family ﬁrst” and “be who you are” resonate with this professional story teller.