|A Decade Under the Influence||2003||Actor||Interviewer||20037|
|Minority Report||2002||Actor||Conceited Customer||20027|
|A Walk Among the Tombstones||2014||Director||n/a||4|
|Birdland||1994 1992 - 1994||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Little Man Tate||1991||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Karen Sisco||2003 2002 - 2003||Writer||n/a||1|
|A Walk Among the Tombstones||2014||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Out of Sight||1998||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Fallen Angels||1994 1992 - 1994||Writer||("Dead-End For Delia")||1|
|Plain Clothes||1988||From Story||n/a||1|
|Marley & Me||2008||Screenplay||(current draft)||1|
|The Flight of the Phoenix||2004||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Uncredited rewrite of the thriller "The Ring"|
|Scripted Jodie Foster's directorial debut effort "Little Man Tate"|
|Reportedly did uncredited script polish on "Saving Private Ryan"|
|Penned the screenplay adaptation of Roald Dahl's book, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory"|
|Raised in Los Gatos, California|
|Worked for the Landsburg Company as a researcher on documentary films|
|Wrote the thriller "Malice" starring Alec Baldwin and Nicole Kidman|
|Co-wrote the thriller, "The Interpreter" starring Nicole Kidman|
|Wrote second film adaptation of a Leonard novel "Out of Sight"; received Oscar nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay|
|Co-wrote the screen adaptation of "Marley & Me"|
|Signed with Columbia to make debut as director with "The Big Wow"|
|Scripted "Dead Again," directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh|
|First feature as a director (also scripted), "The Lookout"|
|Adapted Elmore Leonard's novel "Get Shorty" as a feature film for director Barry Sonnenfeld|
|Tapped as consulting producer for TV pilot "Karen Sisco," based on the Jennifer Lopez character from "Out of Sight"|
|Adapted the Philip K. Dick short story, "Minority Report" for Steven Spielberg to direct and Tom Cruise to star|
|First produced screenplay, "Plain Clothes" (directed by Martha Coolidge)|
|Screenplay credit for director Phil Joanou's "Heaven's Prisoners"|
|Jennifer Joanou||Wife||Sister of director Phil Joanou|
|Center For Advanced Film Studies, American Film Institute|
|University of California, Santa Barbara|
|Not to be confused with producer Scott J T Frank.|
|"I tell them [neophyte screenwriters] not to worry about knowing anybody yet. Just worry about writing great material. Because if you have a really good piece of writing, the world comes to you." - Scott Frank quoted in The New York Times, Sep. 2, 1991|
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