Scott Boswell is a San Francisco-based filmmaker and professor of filmmaking who has completed numerous shorts and the award-winning feature film, The Stranger in Us. Currently he co-facilitates a feature screenwriting group from which numerous scripts have been produced. When he is not busy working on a film project, Scott spends his time directing stage shows and teaching filmmaking at San Francisco State University.
Happily Ever After
Film (Short, Comedy and Fantasy) Producer When a fairy tale book ends, a prince and his beloved stable boy are left not knowing how to continue their life of romance. They summon the book's narrator to guide them through this confusing new world of love...and sex.
The Day I Grew Up
Film (Short and Drama) Producer In this coming-of-age short, undocumented teen Adrian takes matters into his own hands when his predatory uncle resurfaces after a decade of absence. Fearing for the safety of his vulnerable young brother, Adrian sneaks away with him to the city where the two boys attempt to make it on their own. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short, Adventure, Drama and Sci-Fi) Miscellaneous Crew Three children deal with living alone in an abandoned warehouse following a internet-controlled world war. Their only hope is finding a telegraph machine which could connect them with other survivors.
Film (Short and Comedy) Actor In an attempt to promote inter-life equality, the Human Zombie Alliance organizes a marathon between the living and the dead.
The Stranger in Us
Film by Paperback Films Writer / Director / Executive Producer
All About Evil
Film (Comedy and Horror) Miscellaneous Crew A mousy librarian inherits her father's beloved but failing old movie house. In order to save the family business she discovers her inner serial killer - and a legion of rabid gore fans - when she starts turning out a series of grisly shorts. What her fans don't realize yet is that the murders in the movies are all too real. Written by Anonymous
Television (Short, Comedy, Drama and Romance) Producer Gay-straight friendships are put under the microscope in this collection of four short films that delve into their complexities. The quartet includes films from France, the United States and the Bahamas. In "Float," a closeted man finds support in an artist; in "The Best Men," childhood friends must be honest about a difficult subject; "Cowboy Forever" examines the lives of Brazilian gauchos; and in "Katydid," siblings confront each other. Written by MovieViewer
A Conversation Between Two Miserable People in Dr. Tourin's Waiting Room
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A New Leaf
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Slip of the Tongue
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Spin the Bottle
Film (Short and Comedy) Director A drag-umentary exposing life behind the scenes at San Francisco's infamous summer midnight movie series, Midnight Mass, headed up by drag célèbre, Peaches Christ.
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Producer Skye just wants to have a date with is crush, Annabelle. Only one problem stands in the way - twin brother Leif... but not quite in the way Skye thinks.
One Fine Morning
Film (Short) Producer Adam, a gay goth teen is returning to high school unenthusiatically, but then that's where he sees Matt...
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Audience Award - Pikes Peak Lavendar Film Festival
Audience Award - Chicago Reeling
San Francisco State University Cinema Department
University of Wisconsin Colleges