Based in Los Angeles, Scott Jeschke is a Northern Virginia native whose love of all things film started at the young age of three, when he saw Errol Flynn’s “Adventures of Robin Hood”. What is cooler than a sumptuous musical score, harrowing archery tournaments and breathtaking sword fights? I guess maybe Star Wars... Scott quickly parlayed his love of filmmaking into hundreds of shorts featuring his other eight siblings… yes you read that right… eight… NINE TOTAL if you include Scott.
When Scott eventually grew up, he wrote and directed numerous short films and promotional videos. Recently Scott wrote and directed a short thriller called “It Happened on Orchard Street” which was featured on iO9 - Gizmodo, Horror Asylum and The 7th Matrix, as well as a short comedy called “Fight Night” which was featured on Film Shortage. Scott has written a Sci-Fi feature called "Ex Vivo”, a horror feature called "Retreat!" and a fantasy TV Pilot called "The Rings of Ashaar," which placed as a finalist in the Stage 32 Annual TV Writing Contest and a Quarter Finalist in the Final Draft: Big Break Screenwriting Competition. “The Rings of Ashaar” also landed on Coverfly’s Red List for One - Hour Fantasy Pilots. Scott’s latest screenplay is a feature-length dark comedy thriller called “A Bloody Affair.”
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Film Shortage // Fight Night: Film Shortage Daily Short Pick
Dread Central // Anthology Web Series Analogue Unveils Episode 1 – Containment
Junkyard Demento // It Happened on Orchard Street
Geek Pizza // Il corto: It Happened on Orchard Street