Stewart Schill

Stewart is a writer, director, and editor working in film and television. As an editor he has cut features, series, and pilots, most recently editing The People vs. OJ Simpson, American Horror Story, Battlestar Galactica, and Dexter, and has been nominated for an Emmy and multiple ACE Awards. As a filmmaker Stewart directed Tony Curtis in his debut feature, Brittle Glory, which garnered a theatrical release and great reviews for one of Curtis’ final performances. His award winning short, I Hate Musicals, was enormously popular with festival audiences around the world, and one of the most downloaded films on iTunes. His current feature Frank vs. God is currently racking up awards on the festival circuit. And his original story, The Space Between Us, is now a major motion picture starring Gary Oldman, directed by
Peter Chelsom, and will be released on February 3rd nationwide.

Scott Schill

In reel life, Scott also produced the independent feature film Inheritance, which was boldly-- if  incorrectly-- hailed on the cover of Seattle magazine as “Seattle’s Breakout Feature Film.”  He remains proud of the award-overlooked and mildly acclaimed picture. That same team also produced White Face, which won the Audience Award at the SLAMDANCE film festival among many other honors.   

In real life, Scott is an attorney at Yarmuth Wilsdon, PLLC in Seattle with a practice focused on complex commercial litigation and a member of congregation Kol HaNeshamah. He has many fond bay area associations stemming from his undergraduate days at U.C. Berkeley. His spouse, Jennifer, is a U.C. Santa Cruz alumnus and a family coastal road trip with their two boys last summer through Carmel rekindled and created many warm memories.

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