Director/writer Scott Wiper is a graduate of Wesleyan University where his thesis film won the prestigious Frank Capra Prize for Best Student Film. In 1996 he wrote and directed his first feature Captain Jack and then in 2000 A Better Way to Die, which was financed by Newmarket and acquired by Sony Screen Gems and HBO. A Better Way to Die has since developed a cult following. Wiper recently wrote two scripts for Warner Bros: Salvation for veteran director Walter Hill and Silver Pictures and Salvaged Lives for Outlaw Productions. He also penned Day for Night, based on his original pitch sold to Hyde Park/MGM, with Lion Rock Productions and Vince Newman producing.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.
Scott Wiper Facts
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