Scott Fales

Scott Fales

Filmmaker, producer and screenwriter in Thousand Oaks, California

About Scott

Scott Fales attended Brooks Institute of Photography in the mid 80’s and is also a professional civil engineer. Mr. Fales has held management and senior business development positions with fortune 500 companies. He has worked on feature films, shorts, pilots and documentaries, the most recent being a feature film, “Road to the Open,” which was released theatrically in 2014. Scott has written several screenplays on historical and fictional faith-based topics. His screenplay, Vinnie, heads into preproduction in January 2015 with a $2.5MM budget. He is negotiating with the Hungarian government for the production of his screenplay, “Eclipse of the Crescent Moon” and is currently under contract to develop a 16-part documentary mini-series entitled “How the Bible Formed the Soul of Western Civilization.”

Name: Scott Fales

Lives in: Thousand Oaks, California

Occupation: Filmmaker, Producer and Screenwriter


  • Road to the Open

    Road to the Open (2014)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew A man tries to help his best friend and doubles tennis partner out of a rut in life through a long shot attempt at a national tennis tournament. Jerry McDonald has become a recluse after losing his wife to breast cancer, and raising his 10 year old daughter is his sole purpose in life, aside from the semi social outlet of tennis with his childhood friend, Miles, an eccentric trust funder who lives on a tennis court in an Airstream trailer. Feeling like his chance at love has been lost, Jerry has seemingly given up, until his daughter asks, 'Do you think you'll ever get married again?' Jerry takes a chance at love with Sam from work, and what emerges is a Road to the Open. Written by Anonymous

  • Shaken

    Shaken (2012)
    Film (Short, Action, Adventure, Drama and 1 More) Sound department Add a Plot »

  • Skip Listening

    Skip Listening (2010)
    Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Romance) Set decorator A narcissistic talk-radio host, Skip Stonewall is so self-involved that he doesn't even notice one of his co-workers is Deaf. Due to a Providential mishap, Skip finally learns how to hear - thanks to the Deaf community.


  • Official Selection (Screenplay) - Beverly Hills Film Festival

  • Finalist (Best Original Screenplay) - Burbank Film Festival


  • California State Polytechnic University-Pomona (Pomona, CA)

  • Brooks Institute (Santa Barbara, CA)

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  • Since: October 2014
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