Scott duPont was born in New Jersey (also lived in New York) is an award-winning actor with 3 Crystal Reel Awards based in Hollywood. duPont honed his craft in the Florida market living near Universal Studios FL & Disney-MGM Studios for 15 years working on 100+ short & independent films and TV pilots. In 2005, duPont was elected State President of the Florida Motion Picture & Television Association and to the Board of Directors for Film Florida. He was later elected President of the Florida Cast & Crew Association, served as Chairman of the Florida Alliance of Media & Entertainment and was a founding member of the United Film & Television Artists. Behind the camera, duPont is a member of the Producers Guild of America, the International Documentary Association. One of Scott's unique advantages to having successful film releases is his marketing skills which led him to pursue a Master's degree in Marketing with his thesis on Film Marketing. His obsession on marketing proved a great resource to exploit his company's films using creative strategies with smaller P & A budgets to get R.O.I. to his investors over the years. In between productions, duPont has written columns for several film industry publications including The Director's Chair, Focus In, and ChART magazine, and currently hosts the Podcast "Finance YOUR Movie!" which helps educate, inspire & empower other filmmakers to get money for their own projects. Making connections & reading scripts via the different film organizations he helmed, Scott optioned and purchased several sought after scripts & valuable properties. In 2007, with the backing of his most loyal investors, he formed Scott duPont, Inc. to acquire & develop additional film properties. duPont is now teaming up with existing investors and an investment group out of New York & Miami to raise a new production slate to produce & market several films (now in development). The 1st film belonging to this new slate is: "Ticket Trouble" expected to start production in 2024.
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