Scott McCullough has amassed (163+) festival selections and top honors for his directing and is best known for major commercials with NASCAR, Ford, GM, Budweiser, Pepsi, Kubota, Target, NAPA, EA Sports, and many more Fortune 500 clients (over 200 credits). Remarkably, Paul Newman personally requested McCullough to direct his final motion picture appearance featuring his Champ Car racing team.
McCullough has numerous motion pictures in active development as the director/producer for the Vietnam PTSD film with Martin Sheen "Captain for Dark Mornings" (22MM), dark comerdy/road trip "American Saviors" (8MM), road/heist "No Cops with Wedding Rings" (5MM), horror/action 26 Floors (18MM), and McCullough served as a writer and major contributor on the music biopic featuring Sublime’s legendary front man Brad Nowell in "What I Got" (8MM). Series projects include creator/director for the veteran based dramatic series "Spent Rounds" and "Holiday Motel" and several other exciting assignments are the works.
McCullough collaborated directly with music legend Prince during one of his most successful times in his career including the gold RIAA rated (over $1MM sales) "Gett Off", "Diamonds and Pearls" and "Sexy M.F" home videos. Additionally, over a dozen live concerts equate to possibly the most filmed credits with the icon ever.
McCullough was the creator, writer, and director for R.J. Reynolds Thunder Theater 70mm NASCAR experience film 100% and No Bull, described as the world's largest mobile theater and first of its kind immersive in-theater effects - now known as 4-D.