Garrett Scott was a rising young documentary filmmaker who specialized in social and political issues. Sadly, Scott passed away at the age of 37 in 2006, leaving behind just two powerful, compelling, influential and award-winning films.
Watch Streaming Films By Garrett Scott:
Occupation: Dreamland (2005)
Cul de Sac: A Suburban War Story (2002)
This documentary examines the causes and ramifications of when Shawn Nelson, a plumber, stole a National Guard tank and drove it around the suburban streets of San Diego, California.
If you enjoyed Kathryn Bigelow’s The Hurt Locker, you might also enjoy these other Iraq-based films, such as Nice Bombs by Usama Alshaibi.
There will be a special memorial held for documentary film director Garrett Scott on Monday, April 24 at the IFC Center. Scott passed away suddenly on March 4.
I received the bad news yesterday that documentary filmmaker Garrett Scott passed away suddenly of a heart attack on Thursday. He was just 37 years old.
Garrett Scott and Ian Olds get close with the soldiers in the 82nd Airborne in Occupation: Dreamland, a harrowing Iraq documentary.
Cul De Sac: A Suburban War Story is a moving documentary directed by Garrett Scott about Shawn Nelson, who went on a tank rampage in San Diego years ago.