Scott Storm is an award-winning filmmaker, editor and NYU Tisch School of the Arts grad with over twenty years of professional experience.
Scott made his directorial debut with BURN, which won the Special Jury Honor Award at Slamdance Film Festival. It was executive produced by Bryan Singer and Adam Duritz (Counting Crows)
In 2006, he directed the critically acclaimed, award-winning thriller, TEN ’TIL NOON, which became the subject of Paul Osborne’s documentary, OFFICIAL REJECTION. Scott was its reluctant star and provided animated segments. He then animated sequences for the 2012 music documentary WE RUN SH*T, which he co-directed and edited; the film won awards in all three areas.
His most recent work, the 2D animated film, THE APPLE TREE, was a five year labor of love that is currently on the festival circuit and will receive worldwide distribution in 2016.
He recently began work on his second animated short film, CUSTODIAN, a medieval meditation on guilt, fear and redemption, while prepping to helm an upcoming feature film, OPPO, by screenwriter Glenn Jeffers.
A Dog Named Gucci
Film by Gorman Bechard (Documentary, Biography, Drama and News) Animation department A DOG NAMED GUCCI tells the story of a 10-week old puppy named Gucci who was hung by his neck, doused with lighter fluid, and set afire. Doug James, standing on his porch nearby, heard the puppy's cries and ran to help. He scared away the thugs and at the request of Gucci's 15-year-old runaway owner, took the dog in for the night. Thus began a 16-year odyssey of devotion and perseverance. Together with local legislators, Doug and Gucci would see the "Gucci Bill" passed, changing the laws in Alabama, making domestic animal abuse a felony. Gucci would go from being a survivor to a rock star, the face of animal abuse in the south. And together they proved one voice can make a difference and that justice really is a dog's best friend. Written by Gorman Bechard
The Apple Tree
Film (short) by Scott Storm (Animation, Drama and Family) Editor, Director, Animation department, Writer Tommy Willis is a boy of 10. Living in poverty and with a nagging hunger, he escapes to the wilderness one day to find solace. He stumbles across a lone, withering apple tree deep in the woods and is horrified by it's condition. It has been vandalized, cut into and the surrounding area littered with evidence of teenage indifference. He resolves to put it right, whatever be the consequences. Written by Scott Storm
Every Everything: The Music, Life & Times of Grant Hart
Film by Gorman Bechard (Documentary and Music) Animation department In marked contrast to "Color Me Obsessed," director Gorman Bechard's risky yet rewarding 2011 Replacements documentary that featured no songs or appearances by its subject matter, his upcoming "Every Everything: the music, life & times of Grant Hart" doc completely flips the formula: It's 100% unfiltered, unrestrained Grant Hart. The former Husker Du co-songwriter/singer/drummer welcomes you into his world, immediately addresses any HD reunion possibilities in an old interview, and is shown wailing behind his kit during that renowned middle-American punk band's heyday. And that all happens before the film's title even appears. What follows is a revelatory exploration of a singularly unique artistic force, one whose creative career is often overshadowed by that of his former band mate, and who finally, rightfully, gets a moment in the spotlight. It's an oral, and aural, history of Husker Du's so-called "wild one", from his rocky family life through the formation of his most well-known ... Written by Brad Searles
We Run Sh*t
Film by Scott Storm (Documentary, Biography, Drama and Music) Editor, Director, Animation department, Producer Five promoters, Five events, world renowned artists and DJs...one problem... zero cash.
The Amazing Race
Television by Evan Weinstein (Action, Adventure, Game-Show and Reality-TV) Editor The best of the reality series crop is back, with 12 teams of 2 players each racing around the world, trying not to be eliminated at a series of checkpoints in which the last team to arrive is booted from the show. CBS chooses teams with relationships containing at least some tension, especially when the situation involves intense pressure. This season includes such duos as two circus clowns, a gay married couple, a father and son, a recently engaged couple, married couples, and best friends. Written by T.J. Magwire
Film by Paul Osborne (Documentary) Animation department, Producer, Editorial department, Self A documentary following the exploits of a group of filmmakers as they take their independent feature, "Ten 'til Noon", along the film festival circuit, and the politics, pitfalls, triumphs and comic tragedies they encounter along the way. A must see for young filmmakers on the pitfalls of indie film. Written by P. Osborne
Ten 'til Noon
Film by Scott Storm (Crime, Mystery and Thriller) Editor, Director, Producer Between 11:50 and 12:00 noon, a crime is commited. In the same ten minute period, we follow the lives of the ten people, all connected to this crime. As we see each person's point of view, we are propelled closer and closer to the truth of what exactly happened...and why. Written by Anonymous
Film by Scott Storm Editor, Director An author suffering writer's block has to face his own demons when his best friend shows up with a completed manuscript, a publishing deal, and the publisher's daughter in tow. In his frustration, he proceeds to pound out a story in which he kills the best friend. Metaphorically, as he gains confidence, he does destroy the friend's egotistical confidence. Written by John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Film by Bryan Singer (Drama and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Neighborhood boy Todd Bowden (Renfro) discovers that an old man living on his block named Arthur Denker (Mackellan) is Nazi war criminal. Bowden confronts Denker and offers him a deal: Bowden will not go to the authorities if Denker tells him stories of the concentration camps in WWII. Denker agrees and Bowden starts visiting him regularly. The more stories Bowden hears, the more it affects his personality. Written by Casey Ward <email@example.com>
Television by Banx (Animation and Comedy) Director Following the tradition of MTV's previous animation show Liquid Television, this was the show that followed a few years later was basically a collection of various animated shorts made a variety of different cartoonists.
Film by Bryan Singer (Drama and Thriller) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Camera and Electrical Department Brewster seems to be an almost too perfect example of idyllic small-town America, with everyone living in peace and harmony. So when newcomer Whiley Pritcher starts up his own local cable TV show with the question "what's wrong with Brewster?", there surely can't be any deep dark secrets in the town that are just waiting to come to the surface - or can there? And when the question becomes "who's wrong with Brewster?" things start getting seriously nasty Written by Michael Brooke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Best Animation, MANHATTAN FILM FESTIVAL
Best Documentary, PHOENIX FILM FESTIVAL
Best Narrative Feature, ASHVILLE FILM FESTIVAL
Special Jury Honor Award, SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL