Prior to discovering his destiny as a filmmaker, Scott Cervine traveled the globe as a comedian and magician, performing with such legends as Jim Carey, Dennis Miller and Jay Leno.
By casting his magic into his movies, Scott has earned numerous awards, including the Mark Goodson video award and an American Film Institute Award. Scott wrote, directed and stared in two features, Never Alone and Escape from Orion, winner of the Digital Maverick Film Festival Audience Choice Award.
Scott is a sought after director and editor throughout the film community. His unprecedented amount of respect among his clients and peers, garnered a successful career of writing, directing and editing nearly twenty films to date, Including, Lost and Found (Connie Britton, 2008 Release); We Were One (Official Seleciton/Elvate Film Festival 2008); Angel In The Hood (Lonnie Lardner, 2008 Release); Habenero (Carlos Moreno Jr., 2007); Miraculous Collision (Spiritual Cinema Circle, 2007); Life Coach (Jonathon Silverman, Rainn Wilson, Ron Livingston, Carla Gugino/Best Director and Best Comedy, Moondance Film Festival, 2006); Beyond the Bridge (Best Film Hollywood HD Indie. Fest., 2006); Closer Than Ever (Allen Williams/Spiritual Cinema Circle, 2006) and Marriage and Beyond, (Russ Geary, 2005).
Scott's passion for directing is fueled by his sharp eye as an editor and his unique ability to inject laughter into serious topics. His most recent short film, Out of Proportion, won the grand prize at the “Beverly Hills Short Film Festival” and was distributed world wide. Robert Kholer (Los Angeles Times) has this to say about Cervine's talent as a film maker: "Scott Cervine is an irresistible force.”