RSA Films centralises affiliated companies into Ridley Scott Creative Group

By Katie Deighton | Senior Reporter



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June 11, 2018 | 3 min read

Filmmaker Ridley Scott has brought together all of the companies aligned with his studio, RSA Films, into one network dubbed the Ridley Scott Creative Group.

Launching today (12 June) the group will comprise music video production company Black Dog Films; entertainment marketing shop 3am; film and TV production company Scott Free; commercial production companies Hey Wonderful and Darling Films; mixed media tech agency RSA VR; and flagship production studio RSA Films.


Ridley Scott launches the Ridley Scott Creative Group

Scott and his fellow agency heads hope the structure will allow the companies to take better advantage of opportunities across all entertainment genres, including film, TV, branded entertainment, commercials, VR, short films, documentaries, music video, design, animation and photography.

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Director Luke Scott, who is Ridley Scott’s son, will take up the role of global chief executive. His siblings, Jake and Jordan Scott, have also been named as company partners alongside their father.

Luke Scott told The Drum that the move would allow clients easier access to "the full range of capabilities that the Ridley Scott Creative Group has to offer", adding that a more holistic approach is demanded to entertainment going forward.

"The group can develop and strategise internally with more definition and clarity," he said. "Restructuring our network makes it clear to clients that the Ridley Scott Creative Group can address any creative brief across a variety of media formats. The very best storytelling is at the very heart of the Ridley Scott Creative Group initiative - we simply want to tell your story."


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