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Scott Macaulay

Filmmaker Magazine; Editor

Scott Macaulay is a New York-based producer and the Editor-in-Chief of Filmmaker Magazine, the leading American magazine devoted to independent film. In this position, he directs the magazine's editorial content, including special features such as its annual 25 New Faces. With his partner, Robin O'Hara, and their production company, Forensic Films, Macaulay has produced or executive produced many award-winning features. They include: Peter Sollett's Raising Victor Vargas; Harmony Korine's Gummo and julien donkey-boy; Alice Wu's Saving Face; Tom Noonan's What Happened Was (a Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winner) and The Wife; Jesse Peretz's The Chateau' Bryan Barber's Idlewild; and James Ponsoldt's Off the Black. In 2009, he produced artist Candice Breitz's video and performance piece New York, New York for Performa '09. He was formerly the Programming Director of The Kitchen Center for Video, Music, Dance, Performance and Film. Macaulay also currently sits on the Advisory Board of the Rotterdam CineMart, and the Industry Advisory Board of the Toronto International Film Festival.