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Scott Sublett holds an MFA in screenwriting from UCLA and a BS in radio/TV/film from Northwestern. He is writer, director, and producer of Bye-Bye Bin Laden!, named “Best Feature” at the South Beach International Animation Festival, and writer and director of Generic Thriller, a post-modern farce starring Oscar-winner Shirley Jones. Both films are currently available on DVD.
He wrote the librettos and lyrics for the musical comedies Die, Die, Diana; Bye-Bye Bin Laden!; and Imperialism: The Musical. Diana was mounted at the New York International Fringe Festival in a production noted in The New York Times, The New York Daily News, and New York Magazine. Bye-Bye Bin Laden was named "one the top five premieres of 2004" by The San Francisco Bay Guardian. Imperialism received a workshop production at City Lights Theater in 2007. The independent feature Pizza Wars: The Movie, which he co-authored, was screened at the Cinequest Film Festival in 2002 and received national DVD distribution.
He also has numerous independent film producing credits. His screenplay I Was a Teenage Sumo was optioned by Disney, and his journalism has been carried in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Times, The Washington Blade, and United Press International.