Scott Frank

Scott Frank (born March 10, 1960) is an American screenwriter known for his work as a script doctor, creating drafts of other writers' original screenplays. He is associated with the writer Elmore Leonard after his adaptations of two of Leonard's work (Get Shorty and Out of Sight) were greeted with much acclaim. His solo work on the screenplay for Out of Sight (1998) was nominated for an Academy Award and received an Edgar Award, a National Society of Film Critics Award, and a Writers Guild of America Award.

His first feature as a director, The Lookout (which he also wrote) was released in March 2007 to generally favorable reviews. Frank is a graduate of the screenwriting program at the American Film Institute.



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