Scott McConnellMelbourne, Victoria, Australia

Scott McConnell is a Hollywood-trained script consultant, writer, and story editor with an impressive background and experience in the film and television industry. He is a member of the prestigious Producers Guild of America and AFI (AU) with an eye for developing compelling and universal stories. He holds a Certificate in Scriptwriting and Screenwriting from UCLA Extension and a degree in Psychology from Macquarie University. Scott's expertise lies in helping screenwriters and filmmakers develop their ideas into a dramatic concept by finding the strongest ideas in the premise, building characters, escalating conflict, and creating local color and universal themes that can attract viewers and distributors worldwide.

Scott's professional experience includes working as a Supervising Producer and Showrunner at Connection III Entertainment, a film developer and story consultant at Freestar Media, as well as a former Field Producer and Associate Producer at various production companies, including Edge West Productions, Rive Gauche Television, and Nash Entertainment. He has also worked as a Freelance Writer, Interviewer, and Producer, and served as the Director of Communications, Oral Historian, and Researcher at ARI/ARA.

Scott is a former Columnist and Blogger at IF (Inside Film) & Stage32, where he shares his insights on writing and filmmaking. He has a reputation for providing constructive and invaluable consultations to aspiring writers and filmmakers, helping them unlock the potential of their scripts and turn them into captivating stories that move audiences.

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