Fraser Kee Scott

Fraser Kee Scott

Screenwriter

London, England

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March 2012
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About Fraser

Film has the most power to change the world of any communication, which is why I write. I want to lift the world with stories which illuminate the beauty and goodness of mankind and highlight the stupidity and evil of his conflicts. I want to use the power that is film to make this world more like an evening with the kids watching Pixar and less like a drunken tremble behind the sofa peaking at A Nightmare on Elm Street.

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  • Taken for a Ride

    Taken for a Ride Drama An Uber Driver overhears the secrets a man is hiding from his wife and has to decide if he'll let her in on what he heard.

  • Mint

    Mint Budget: $1M - $5M | Action Comedy The largest Bitcoin transfer in history is accidentally sent to the wrong account resulting in mayhem involving two warring Russian crooks, the British spy agency, Britta the beautiful barrista and carefree Joe, unaware of the millions that landed in his wallet and the trouble coming with it.

  • No Net

    No Net Budget: $10M - $30M | Action Thriller The US internet is taken offline leaving America in meltdown but when an uncommunicative Secret Service agent catches the accused hackers he uncovers his own agency’s plot to stop a leak which would take down the Presidency; helping the hackers expose what his old boss will do anything to cover up is the only hope to save freedom of speech for mankind.

  • Phowned

    Phowned Independent Romance Comedy Drama Family A young woman gets her hands on the latest phone, but does she own it, or does it own her?

  • Mila's Stories

    Mila's Stories Adventure Family Fantasy A fantasy view of the true story of Prague's Velvet Revolution, where an underground motley crew of artists overthrow the Communist Dictator.

  • SUPERnormal

    SUPERnormal Action Fantasy A superhero is banished to Earth without his powers, memory or girl so the last thing he wants to do is be heroic again, but when his arch enemy shows up, the only way to get his girl back may be just that.

  • All the Answers

    All the Answers Comedy Drama Fantasy A badly translated billboard in India mistakenly advertises the girl in the ad as a Guru, resulting in the troubled actress being hounded by people burdened by disastrous problems. Whatever she says to stop them believing in her only results in her followers swelling, until when she helps others to find their answers, she finds her own.

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