Scott Sander - Chief Operating Officer
Scott Sander is responsible for the overall creative efforts of the company and is both a screenwriter and executive producer. Prior to forming Pensé Productions he co-founded SightSound Technologies and led the firm as it made internet history. In 1995 Mr. Sander negotiated the world’s first internet music distribution agreement and the company sold the world’s first downloadable music. He negotiated the world’s first motion picture internet distribution agreement in 1999 with Artisan Entertainment for Darren Aronofsky’s award winning feature film Pi, which became the first full-length film sold as a download over the internet. Mr Sander produced Quantum Project, starring John Cleese and Stephen Dorff, the first fully digital motion picture produced specifically for internet distribution.
Mr. Sander created the motion picture project Buddy List, which was sold to Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios and began a relationship with the studio that evolved into Pensé Production’s First Look Agreement with MGM. Mr. Sander served as a member of the Board of Advisors of the Pew Internet and American Life Research Project and a member of the Board of Directors of the International Poetry Forum.