Scott Stewart (director)

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Scott Stewart
Scott Stewart, director, at WonderCon 2011.jpg
Stewart at WonderCon 2011
Born
OccupationFilm director, screenwriter, producer

Scott Charles Stewart is an American filmmaker and visual effects artist. He was one of the principal co-founders of The Orphanage, a prolific Los Angeles effects house that worked on dozens of high-profile projects. As a director, he helmed the dark fantasy action-horror films Legion and Priest, and the alien abduction thriller Dark Skies. He also executive produced the television series Dominion, a sequel to the former film. Stewart has also directed, produced, and realized dozens of short films and television commercials.

Biography[edit]

Stewart was a senior staffer at the visual effects company The Orphanage. Stewart directed and wrote the apocalyptic thriller Legion.[1] He directed the vampire-western horror film Priest.[2]

Associations[edit]

He has used actor Paul Bettany in the lead role on his first two directed features, Legion and Priest.

Filmography[edit]

Visual effects[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Interview with Legion Director Scott Stewart
  2. ^ "Legion Director Scott Stewart Talks Priest". DreadCentral.
  3. ^ Alex Billington. "First Look: Paul Bettany as Michael in Scott Stewart's Legion". FirstShowing.
  4. ^ Alyse Wax. "Exclusive: Director Scott Stewart Talks 'Priest'". FEARnet.

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