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Known For

Baltimore Director
Quest for Samurai Miscellaneous Crew
Grover's Mill Miscellaneous Crew


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 2015 The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened? (Documentary) (kickstarter backer - as Scott Williams)
 2008 Quest for Samurai (production assistant)
 2006 Grover's Mill (Short) (script supervisor - as Scott Williams)
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 2006 Grover's Mill (Short) (miniature constructor - as Scott Williams) / (miniature designer - as Scott Williams)
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 2007 Baltimore (Short)
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 2006 Grover's Mill (Short) (as Scott Williams)
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 2006 Heather's Prom (Short) (assistant editor - uncredited)
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 2006 Grover's Mill (Short) (music supervisor - as Scott Williams)
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 2006 Imperial Wonderland (Short) (producer - as Scott Williams)
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 2015 Kiss Me, Kill Me (special thanks)
 2015/I Dark (special thanks - as Scott Williams)
 2014 Sunsets & Silhouettes (Short) (special thanks - as Scott Williams)
 2014 Mr. Plastimime (Short) (special thanks)
 2014 The Nightman of Nevermoor (special thanks)
 2012 Dog Eat Dog (Short) (buddy)
 2012 The Prince's Sword (Short) (special thanks)
 2011 Going Down in LA-LA Land (special thanks - as Scott Williams)

Personal Details

Other Works:

In the 1990s he was a frequent contributor and guest columnist to The Cambridge Times newspaper. He also wrote short fiction pieces for Kids Tribute magazine. See more »

Official Sites:

Purple Sloth Productions

Alternate Names:

Scott Williams


5' 10" (1.78 m)

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He graduated from Vancouver Film School's Film Production program in 2006. He was in class FP105. See more »



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