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					           SCOUT

THE EVOLUTION OF MEDIA
FIERCELY COMMITTED TO EMPOWERING CREATIVITY WITH PRODUCTION

EXPERTISE, SCOUT HAS ESTABLISHED ITSELF AS A GLOBAL MEDIA BRAND

UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF FOUNDERS AND PRINCIPALS DAVID COLLINS

AND MICHAEL WILLIAMS, ALONG WITH THE SHARP FUTURE-THINKING CRE-

ATIVE DIRECTION OF ROB ERIC. SCOUT CREATES CONTENT WITH HEART,

SOUL AND VISION AND THESE PRODUCTIONS, WHETHER FILM OR TELEVI-

SION, ARE AT THE FOUNDATION AND CORE OF THE COM-

PANY.   SCOUT’S   DECISION   MAKING   PROCESS   IS

STRAIGHTFORWARD – A COMMITMENT TO PRODUCING

“IMPORTANT STORIES, WELL TOLD.”
“THE EVOLUTION OF MEDIA" IS THE FOUNDATION ON WHICH SCOUT HAS
BUILT ITS VISION. IT IS EMBODIED IN ITS STEADY CREATION OF BREAKOUT
FILM, TELEVISION, AND MARKETING CONCEPTS.”




AS OF 2008, FIFTEEN YEARS INTO THE LIFE OF THE COMPANY, SCOUT HAS GROWN FROM

ITS HUMBLE BEGINNINGS IN NEW ENGLAND TO ITS PRESENT OFFICES IN LOS ANGELES,

ENTERTAINING AUDIENCES IN 120 COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE. CRITICAL PRAISE ABOUNDS

FOR SCOUT'S TELEVISION SERIES QUEER EYE FOR THE STRAIGHT GUY, KNOCK FIRST, BIG

IDEAS FOR A SMALL PLANET AND SOX APPEAL. THE COMPANY HAS CAPITALIZED ON THESE

SUCCESSES BY PRODUCING A BEST-SELLING BOOK, A CHART-TOPPING ALBUM AND SINGLE,

AND COUNTLESS AWARDS.



SCOUT RECOGNIZES THAT ITS FUTURE IS DEEPLY ROOTED WITH ITS PAST. THE COMPANY

CONTINUES TO DEVELOP INNOVATIVE PRODUCTIONS, EMPLOYING CREATIVELY TO MAXI-

MIZE PRODUCTION VALUES WHILE MINIMIZING BUDGETS. THIS CIRCUMSPECT APPROACH

COMES WITH THE TERRITORY FOR A MEDIA COMPANY THAT EVOLVED OUTSIDE OF THE

NY/LA PRODUCTION UNIVERSE, AND IT HAS SERVED THE COMPANY WELL. SCOUT'S ABILITY

TO THINK "OUT OF THE BOX" IN ORDER TO PRODUCE HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTIONS AT A

REASONABLE PRICE IS A SOURCE OF PRIDE FOR THE COMPANY. AS THE CORPORATE LOGO

SUGGESTS, SCOUT INTENDS TO CONTINUE TO SERVE AS A CREATIVE FLASHPOINT, NOT

JUST FOR INNOVATIVE PROJECTS BUT INNOVATIVE SPIRITS, AS WELL.
SCOUT FILM

             TRANSSIBERIAN (2008)
             Scout, in conjunction with Filmax, has recently finished post-production on the feature
             film “Transsiberian,” directed by award-winning director Brad Anderson (“The Ma-
             chinist,” “Session 9”). The film tells the story of an American couple (Woody Harrelson
             and Emily Mortimer) traveling on the Trans-Siberian Railway from China to Moscow as
             they become pulled into a mysterious journey filled with deception and murder. Ben
             Kingsley also stars.




             THE FOG OF WAR (2003)
             The Academy Award winning masterpiece from acclaimed documentarian Errol Morris,
             released by Sony Pictures Classics. This timely assessment of modern warfare is told
             through the eyes of Robert S. McNamara, former Secretary of Defense under Presi-
             dents Kennedy and Johnson. McNamara, who presided over such defining events in
             American history as the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Vietnam War, focuses on himself
             and other decision-makers who send soldiers to war. With remarkable candor, McNa-
             mara critically examines such questions as, “How much evil must we do in order to do
             good?” Driven by a Philip Glass score, this think piece combines archival footage, re-
             creations and modern interviews into a provocative salvo.




             SESSION 9 (2001)
             A psychological-thriller which The New York Times called a “chilling tale of psycho-
             logical horror” and LA weekly deemed a “deft exercise in atmospheric horror and in-
             sanity.” Tensions rise within an asbestos cleaning crew as they work in an abandoned
             mental hospital with a horrific past that seems to be coming back. Distributed by USA
             Films, Session 9 stars David Caruso and Josh Lucas.




             MR. DEATH: THE RISE AND FALL OF FRED A. LEUCHTER, JR. (1999)
             This award-winning documentary from Errol Morris revealed the life and career of the
             infamous American execution device designer turned unwitting Holocaust denier
             while gaining worldwide praise from critics. Mr. Death helped to secure Errol Morris’
             place as one of the most relevant and significant documentarians of our time.
SCOUT FILM

             SIX WAYS TO SUNDAY (1998)
             Praised as “one of the best movies of 1998” by Details magazine, this original black
             comedy directed by Adam Bernstein (Scrubs, Law & Order: Criminal Intent) spotlights
             compulsion and murder within a small-town Jewish mafia. Distributed by Stratosphere
             Entertainment, its cast featured Oscar winner Adrien Brody.




             HOME BEFORE DARK (1997)
             Jury Prize winner for Best American Independent Film at the Hamptons International
             Film Festival, this early 1960s period drama from first-time director Maureen Foley of-
             fers a dark portrait of a traumatized mother and a daughter’s quest to piece her family
             together again. Home Before Dark is a Lifetime Television perennial.




             NEVER MET PICASSO (1997)
             Never Met Picasso paints a whimsical tale about the mysteries of art, love, sex and
             “the family tree” as a young gay artist struggling with creative block and family turmoil
             discovers a secret trove of artwork hidden by a deceased uncle. Written, produced and
             directed by first-time helmer Stephen Kijak, and starring Margot Kidder, SCOUT’s first
             film project was co-produced by Mighty Reel Productions and distributed by Turbulent
             Arts.
SCOUT TELEVISION
              BIG IDEAS FOR A SMALL PLANET
              "Big Ideas for a Small Planet" is an EMA Award winning documentary series
              now in its third season presenting the forward-thinking designers, products and
              processes that are on the leading edge of a new green world. Each episode re-
              volves around a different green theme as it spotlights a specific innovator or in-
              novation that has the potential to transform our everyday lives. The individuals
              profiled range from scientists to fashion and product designers, entrepreneurs
              to first-time inventors. The series also features a cast of recurring expert com-
              mentators, including activists, scientists, writers, and environmental personalities
              who provide the big-picture context to each week's stories.




              SOX APPEAL / SINGLE SEATS
              Opening to record ratings on NESN, and the winner of an Emmy in its first sea-
              son, every episode of the worldwide format "Sox Appeal” features a single fan



       XL
              (man or woman) sent on three blind dates over the course of one Boston Red



   SOEAL
              Sox game. Everybody involved must bring their “A” game because each date
              only lasts two innings. During the seventh inning stretch, our single fan chooses


   APP EA
     P        the date he/she wants to continue dating. Will our hero's choice join him for

   AP         the rest of the game? Or will he suffer the agony of defeat. Alone. In his single
              seat.




              SORDID LIVES
              From the mind of writer/director/actor Del Shores, the series adaptation of his
              cult hit film and play of the same name, “Sordid Lives: The Series”, premiered
              in July 2008. Series follows three generations of family in a small Texas town.
              With a cast including Leslie Jordan, Beth Grant, Rue McClanahan, Caroline
              Rhea, and Olivia Newton-John, SCOUT has partnered with the award-winning
              Once Upon A Time Films (recently winning multiple Emmys for Broken Trail)
              to bring this comedy series to life.




              QUEER EYE FOR THE STRAIGHT GUY
              Bravo’s record-breaking and trend-setting signature series, this weekly prime-
              time format is an unscripted lifetime make better show with an unabashedly gay
              twist. Created and executive produced by David Collins, “Queer Eye” is an
              Emmy Award winning one-hour primer on “building a better straight man,” de-
              signed for guys who want to get the girl, the job or just the look. Five gay con-
              sultants, all experts in their respective fields of personal grooming, fashion,
              interior design, etiquette and culture, and food and wine, bring their expertise
              to the cultivation of one subject each episode. From deconstruction of his cur-
              rent lifestyle to a savagely funny showcase for the hottest styles and trends,
              “Queer Eye” culminates with a stylishly complete straight man with the “Queer
              Eye stamp of approval.” Achieving the 100-episode milestone in the US, “Queer
              Eye” is also a worldwide format, available in nearly every major language across
              the globe.
SCOUT TELEVISION
              HOW TO GET THE GUY
              Featured on ABC, How To Get The Guy is a spirited, no-holds-barred spin
              through the book of love as seen through the eyes of four eligible, attractive
              and definitely available young women. Through the highs, the lows, the
              humor and the heartbreak, we’re there every step of the way as these women
              (with the help of two affable love coaches) tear up the single scene in San
              Francisco in their quest for true love. How To Get The Guy is no average
              dating show. No special effects. No elimination. This is what happens when
              four single women take hold of their own romantic destiny—declaring to the
              world that they are ready, willing, and able to fall in love, and damnit, now is
              the moment that they’re going to do something about it.



              QUEER EYE FOR THE STRAIGHT GIRL
              Queer Eye turns a tasteful eye towards the ladies. Each week, Bravo's new
              team of make-better mavens — "the Gal Pals" — bring their talents in each of
              their categories to a new Straight Girl in need. Our Gal Pals take on the roles
              of stylist, life coach, designer, and confidante. Working in harmony, this team
              brings together a united vision to help each straight girl achieve her goals.
              Unlike the straight guys of the original show, our girls are less interested in the
              broad strokes and are more concerned with the details. They speak up, talk
              back and are full participants in the process. Queer Eye for the Straight Girl
              isn't about changing women, it's about embracing who they are and building
              on that — you...only better.



              KNOCK FIRST
              With 104 episodes airing on ABC Family, “Knock First” is a lightning fast,
              half-hour, do-it-yourself worldwide format where teenagers transform their
              outdated cribs into kickin’ pads. The magic happens during a two-day, all
              night frenzy with their best friends, a hip young designer and two totally
              handy carpenters. The show incorporates the latest new trends, plenty of
              music and totally hot redecorating concepts into a show that’s motivating,
              entertaining and okay, we’ll say it, empowering. “Knock First” puts the excla-
              mation point on a watershed moment that is one of the first steps to carving
              out an independent, adult, personal identity.




              FACE TIME
              This series of 30-minute interview specials for the Trio Network is hosted by
              journalist and media savant Kurt Anderson and delivered in a trio of thematic
              arcs. Dealing with themes such as Brilliant But Cancelled, Movies of the 70s
              and Uncensored Comedy, Face Time sits down and reveals the movers and
              shakers in entertainment and media, delivering frank and candid discussions
              about their creative successes and failures. Among the subjects for Face Time
              interviews are CBS President/CEO Leslie Moonves, Sex and the City creator
              Darren Star and directing legend William Friedkin. Face Time confirms the
              notion that “the story is in the telling.”
SCOUT TELEVISION
              24 w/
              Not a day in the life but a life in one day - 24 w/ is a sophisticated, hour-long,
              documentary-style series on the Trio Network, designed to present audiences
              with complete immersion into the life of one celebrity subject over a 24-hour
              period. Stylish and substantive, 24 w/ relies on the interplay of cameras and
              split screens to go beyond the traditional celebrity-oriented reality genre and
              become a dynamic and engrossing exploration of the life of a celebrity subject.
              24w/ has featured such personalities as Tina Brown, Vera Wang, and Damon
              Dash.




              ERROL MORRIS’ FIRST PERSON
              A critically heralded series cablecast on Bravo and the Independent Film
              Channel, First Person was the first television show produced by SCOUT and
              the impetus behind the growth of its television division. Storyteller extraor-
              dinaire Errol Morris served up unusual tales from real subjects. Time magazine
              called First Person one of the “Top 10” television shows of 2000.
SCOUT NEW MEDIA
             LONG STORIES SHORT (http//www.longstorieshort.com)
             This new media presentation is the merging of intimate first person storytelling
             at the speed of MySpace. How did John Greenewald Jr become the nation's
             leading Freedom of Information researcher at the age of 15? How did Randall
             Winston's height help him meet his mentor Gary David Goldberg? Long Stories
             Short unlocks personal stories from extraordinary people – producers to direc-
             tors, athletes to activists, lawyers to housewives – all whom have had an inspiring
             moment that made them who they are today. As it is a clean, focused community
             website in the vein of Facebook or MySpace, each viewer will be able to create
             a personalized, definitive page about themselves with accompanying videos.
             They can place these videos into different communities next to their professional
             counterparts, to stand as inspirational, powerful stories.



             CELEBRITY PRAYER LIST (http://www.celebrityprayerlist.com)
             Edited by the fictional “Sister Mary,” Celebrity Prayer List reads like a twisted ver-
             sion of TMZ meets a Billboard Pop Chart all under the innocent voice of a gos-
             sip-hungry nun. Interactive elements allow users to toss their own “heartfelt
             prayers” into the game by lighting candles on giant shrines as well as talkback
             features and more. With blasting, powerful choir music to swell up your emo-
             tions playing in the background, constantly updated top ten charts to rate who
             needs the most prayers, and a most important Prayer of the Week, Celebrity
             Prayer List is a hilarious, smart bite of Hollywood satire. Because everyone needs
             a little prayer once and a while.
BIOS




SCOUT  DAV ID COL L INS

       David Collins and his partner Michael Williams founded the award-winning media and entertainment
       company SCOUT Productions in 1994 with a fierce commitment to empowering creativity with pro-
       duction expertise. That dedication is embodied in SCOUT’s breakout reality programs Queer Eye for
       the Straight Guy (Bravo/NBC), for which Collins earned a 2004 Emmy Award, and Knock First (ABC
       Family). Both were created and executive produced by David, and each series is infused with his
       unique “Make Better” mantra.


       Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is a worldwide hit and ratings sensation, which earned David an Emmy
       for Outstanding Reality Show in 2004 and a nomination again in 2005, the Producer’s Guild of America
       Producer of the Year Award in 2004 and a nomination again in 2005, as well as the 2004 and 2005
       GLAAD Media Award and a nomination again in 2006. The incredible success of the series led to a
       spin-off, Queer Eye for the Straight Girl, as well as 20 international versions of Queer Eye for the
       Straight Guy, airing in over 120 countries. In 2007, David executive produced NESN’s wildly successful
       dating show, Sox Appeal, pulling in record ratings and a 2007 Emmy Award. His other executive pro-
       ducer television credits span a wide variety of genres and formats, including shows for ABC, MTV, VH1,
       IFC and Trio. David has successfully channeled his boundless energy into an ever-expanding television
       division and is now positioning SCOUT to impact the literary world, music industry, and advertising
       landscape.


       In 2004, American Express tapped David to be the spokesman for its “Open: The Small Business
       NetworkTM” campaign, featuring national print, radio and television advertisements based on his
       professional success and experiences as a longtime American Express Business Card member.


       An accomplished film producer, David produced Brad Anderson’s suspenseful thriller Session 9 (USA
       Films), Adam Bernstein’s Six Ways to Sunday and the award-winning feature Home Before Dark.


       Prior to establishing SCOUT, David worked in production on a wide variety of major films, beginning
       with Jodie Foster’s directorial debut Little Man Tate. His extensive feature film credits also include
       American Buffalo, Malice, Dumb & Dumber, The Good Son, Hoffa, HouseSitter, and Just Cause.


       An Ohio native, David graduated with a B.S. in Television and Film from Ohio University. He is a mem-
       ber of the Directors Guild of America, Producers Guild of America and the Academy of Television Arts
       and Sciences.
BIOS




SCOUT  M ICH AE L WIL L IAMS

       In 1994, Michael Williams and his partner David Collins founded SCOUT Productions with a fierce
       commitment to empowering creativity with production expertise. Today SCOUT has flourished into
       a dynamic collective of media pioneers that now delivers some of the most original content to be seen
       on television and in theaters.


       Michael is one of the few distinguished producers to have been honored with an Academy Award and
       an Emmy in the same year. In 2004, Michael won the Oscar for producing Errol Morris’ documentary
       The Fog of War for Sony Pictures Classics. The Fog of War made over 75 critics’ top ten lists and re-
       ceived top honors from the National Board of Review as well as the Chicago & LA Film Critics Asso-
       ciations.


       Williams is also the executive producer of SCOUT’s barrier-breaking, pop culture sensation Queer Eye
       for the Straight Guy (Bravo/NBC), for which he garnered the 2004 Emmy Award for Outstanding Re-
       ality Series, and a nomination again in 2005, as well as the 2004 Producers Guild of America’s Producer
       of the Year Award, and a nomination again in 2005. Williams is currently directing a documentary
       based on the show’s international cultural impact called It’s A Queer, Queer, Queer, Queer World. Ad-
       ditionally, Williams is the executive producer for NESN’s Emmy Award-winning sports-dating show Sox
       Appeal, now in its second season, and the Sundance Channel’s EMA Award-winning series Big Ideas
       for a Small Planet, now in its third. He previously executive produced ABC Family’s Knock First, as well
       as two shows on the Trio Network: Face Time and 24w/.


       Michael’s collaborative efforts with documentary auteur Errol Morris also include the award-winning
       feature film Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr., and both seasons of Morris’ critically
       acclaimed First Person television series for Bravo and IFC.


       Williams’ other features include Home Before Dark, which won the Best American Film Award at the
       Hamptons International Film Festival as well as Brad Anderson’s psychological thriller, Session 9. Most
       recently, Williams produced Brad Anderson’s latest thriller, Transsiberian, opening to rave reviews at
       both Sundance and Berlin. Before establishing SCOUT, Williams accrued numerous screen credits
       on such studio films as Hoffa, Celtic Pride, HouseSitter, The Good Son, Little Man Tate, Mermaids,
       and Oleanna. For television, Williams worked on the Oprah Winfrey Presents film: The Wedding as
       well as HBO’s Truman, and the ABC series, Spenser: For Hire.


       Raised in Massachusetts, Williams graduated from Boston University’s College of Communications.
       He is a member of the Directors Guild of America, Producers Guild of America and the Academy of
       Television Arts and Sciences.
BIOS




SCOUT  R OB E R IC

       Rob Eric is the Executive VP for Scripted and Alternative Entertainment for SCOUT. He develops and
       creates television shows (scripted and alternative), writes scripts, produces music for SCOUT’s shows,
       designs show graphics and creates numerous ancillary items. Rob has worked on shows for NBC,
       ABC, ABC Family, MTV, Showtime, Animal Planet, Trio, Logo, Bravo and Lifetime. Under Rob’s creative
       guidance, SCOUT is able to fulfill its commitment to breathtaking visual presentation and innovative,
       stylized content. Most recently, Rob has positioned SCOUT to take on the world of new media with
       the comedy website Celebrity Prayer List as well as the ambitious community-backed new media
       presentation Long Stories Short.


       Rob has also managed a number of projects related to SCOUT’s groundbreaking reality hit Queer Eye
       for the Straight Guy, including the book series, “The Fab 5’s Guide to Looking Better, Cooking Better,
       Dressing Better, Behaving Better and Living Better,” and an 8-album recording contract with Capitol
       Records. Rob also executive produced the Queer Eye soundtrack What’s That Sound? featuring such
       artists as Sting, Elton John, Kylie Minogue, Duran Duran, Liz Phair, FischerSpooner, Widelife and
       Prophet Omega. Rob served as the executive producer of Widelife’s single and music video All Things
       (Just Keep Getting Better), the theme to Queer Eye For The Straight Guy, which him a Juno Award
       in 2004 for Best Dance Recording.


       Prior to joining SCOUT, Rob created and operated Red Designs, a creative marketing and advertising
       firm whose clients included the American Ballet Theatre, Traditional Home Magazine, More Magazine
       and The Jewelry Information Center. Rob served as the Creative Director for Stuff Magazine (Boston),
       the Boston Phoenix and WFNX and while working for EMI Manhattan created packaging for Blondie,
       Prince, Marcy Playground, Blessed Union of Souls and Fun Loving Criminals. Rob also created and
       launched N>DN Skincare for Men and NDNMEN.com, a boutique line of men’s skincare available na-
       tionwide.


       Rob Eric has won numerous design awards for his graphic work in both the advertising world and the
       music industry, and the SBI Creative Award for his photography. Rob is also an accomplished painter,
       writer and music producer. He grew up in Rhode Island, and studied photography and fine art at
       Mass College of Art as well as the University of Rhode Island.
AWARDS & ACCOLADES FILM

THE FOG OF WAR (Sony Pictures Classics)

"It will knock you for a loop like no other movie this year." — Rolling Stone
"Thumbs way up for this film."— Ebert & Roeper “****. A brilliant film.”— Chicago Tribune
"One of the best documentaries of this or any year." — Los Angeles Times “…startlingly prescient.”— Newsweek


2004 Best Documentary Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences

2004 Best Documentary Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

2004 Best Documentary Independent Spirit Awards

2004 Best Non-Fiction Film Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards

2003 Best Documentary National Board of Review




MR. DEATH (Lions Gate Films)

 “Morris, who combines dreamlike visual montages with music by Caleb Sampson to create a movie that
is more reverie and meditation than reportage.”— Chicago Sun-Times
“A truly great film.”— Entertainment Weekly “A riveting movie.”— Christian Science Monitor


2000 Best Documentary Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards

2000 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary Nominee Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards

2000 Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary Nominee Directors Guild of America




SIX WAYS TO SUNDAY (Stratosphere Entertainment, Highland Crest Pictures)

1997 Grand Special Prize Nominee Deauville Film Festival




HOME BEFORE DARK (Lifetime Television, Curb Entertainment)

1997 Golden Starfish Award - Best American Independent Film Hamptons International Film Festival




NEVER MET PICASSO (Turbulent Arts, Forefront Films)

1997 Grand Jury Award – Best Actor in a Feature Film L.A. Outfest - Alexis Arquette

1997 Grand Jury Award – Best Screenwriting L.A. Outfest - Stephen Kijak
AWARDS & ACCOLADES TV
BIG IDEAS FOR A SMALL PLANET (Sundance Channel)

“Food for thought -- and a ray of hope.”— LA Times

2007 Outstanding Documentary EMA Awards          (Won)




SOX APPEAL / SINGLE SEATS (NESN)

“Grab a handful of peanuts and stay tuned.”— New York Times

2007 Outstanding Sports Series New England Emmy          (Won)




QUEER EYE FOR THE STRAIGHT GUY (Bravo/NBC)

“The most divine makeover show ever!” — TV Guide

“My new favorite show, ‘Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,’ is simply fabulous. I love it I love it I love it.”— LA Times

“…‘Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’ is the first feel-good primetime reality series.”— Daily Variety

“The last thing the television landscape needs is another makeover show. But when it’s as funny, fast-paced and
good-natured as Bravo’s new ‘Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’…an exception has been made.” — The Detroit News

“…this is a series with attitude, edge and a keen sense of humor… Most important of all, the transformation it offers in
the space of an hour is not only impressive but also touching.”— The Baltimore Sun

2004 Outstanding Reality Program Emmy Awards         (Won)
2005 Outstanding Reality Program Emmy Awards         (Nominated)

2004 Television Producer of the Year PGA Golden Laurel Awards, Reality/Game/Informational Series (Won)
2005 Television Producer of the Year PGA Golden Laurel Awards, Reality/Game/Informational Series (Nominated)

2004 People’s Choice Award (Nominated)




KNOCK FIRST (ABC Family)

“’Trading Spaces’ with braces. A-.“ — Entertainment Weekly




ERROL MORRIS’ FIRST PERSON (IFC, Bravo & Channel 4 UK)

“One of the 10 best TV shows of the year. Morris beautifully shot these profiles of odd obsessives.”— Time Magazine

				
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