Filmmakers

Scott Tuft

| April 3, 2013

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Scott Tuft

Born and raised in New York, Scott left the city to study painting and philosophy at Wesleyan University. It was here that he first involved himself in filmmaking and eventually received a BA in film studies. During this time, he also studied at FAMU in Prague. Before moving to Los Angeles to work on feature films, Scott took a brief hiatus to be a chef in Ireland. Scott finished the Directing program at American Film Institute, where he made five short films and received his MFA. He is presently developing several feature length projects.

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The Passage of Mrs. Calabash

The Passage of Mrs. Calabash

A troubled young woman and a retired professor exchange secrets on an overnight train journey. A short film, told in reverse, by Scott Tuft.

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Film School Shorts is made possible by a grant from Maurice Kanbar, celebrating the vitality and power of the moving image, and by the members of KQED.

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Credits

Series Producer
Lisa Landi

Associate Producer
Julia Shackelford

Editor
Peter Borg

Design
Zaldy Serrano
Christina Zee White

Original Music
Written and Produced by
Trifonic

Audio
John Andrieni

Interactive
Kevin Cooke
Marie K Lee

Social Media Specialist
Aldo Mora-Blanco

Publicity
Sarah Hoffner

On Air Promotion
Bridget Louie

Legal
William Lowery
Abby Staeble

Director of TV Production
Sandy Schonning

Executive Producer
Scott Dwyer