In 1998, Steindorff joined with Las Vegas business-people Andrew Molasky, Robin Greenspun and Danny Greenspun to form the film production company Stone Village Pictures, LLC. Recently, he formed Scott Pictures International which produced "Jane Got a Gun," starring Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton and Ewan McGregor.
As a producer, Scott Steindorff is known as the Hollywood's book man since he has chosen to adapt high profile literary bestsellers into movies from authors including Philip Roth, Richard Russo, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, TC Boyle, Michael Connelly and Mikhail Bulgakov. He produced "The Human Stain" and "Love in the Time of Cholera."
Steindorff wrote the stage play for "EFX" which ran at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. His experiences in Las Vegas later became the basis for the television show "Las Vegas" which aired on NBC for five years.
Steindorff is a board member of the International Institute of Modern Letters, a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, protection, and preservation of literature
Scott Steindorff was insistent in getting the rights of Love in the Time of Cholera from Gabriel Garcia Marquez. He pursued the author for over 3 years, telling him that he was like the book's character Florentino and wouldn't give up until he got the rights.