Little Minx

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Exquisite Corpse Poster
by David Pearson

Little Minx is a production company founded by Rhea Scott in 1998 used to be partnered with Ridley Scott Associates. It works on creating artistic and commercial opportunities for its directors for commercials, branded content, high end music videos (Madonna, Lauryn Hill, Will.i.am, Rolling Stones) and feature films. Little Minx directors have won awards such as Oscars, Cannes Gold Lions, D&AD Pencils, AICP, MTV and Grammies to name a few.

Mother of George[edit]

Rhea Scott of Little Minx Executive Produced Director Andrew Dosunmu "Mother of George" which Premiered in Sundance 2013 and walked away with the Best Cinematography award. "Mother of George” is due for theatrical release September 2013.

Love True[edit]

Love True (a Hybrid Feature) pushes the documentary genre further into new realms as it looks into the opposing realities of the “True Love” fantasy. The film’s reenactments of significant past experiences and glimpses at possible futures, created with non-actors playing the characters’ older and younger selves, encourage the couples to confront the realities of their hopes and memories, and the effect they have on their love lives. Producer(s): Alma Har'el, Chris Leggett, Rafael Marmor, Rhea Scott, EP: Shia Labeouf

Likeness[edit]

The directorial debut of Oscar-nominated cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, “Likeness” is a personal meditation on eating disorders created by Prieto and his daughter. “Likeness” stars Elle Fanning as a girl struggling with self perception, and challenges us to consider the role of society in presenting an idealized image of the female body. "Likeness" world premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and was produced by Rhea Scott, Jacqueline Bosnjak and Lilly Hartley.

Little Minx Exquisite Corpse[edit]

In 2007, Little Minx collaborated with Jacqueline Bosnjak and Mark Beukes of New York-based IDEALOGUE to create a 21st-century version of the early 1900s parlor game Exquisite Corpse. Drawing inspiration from the game's unique structure, Little Minx's founder Rhea Scott worked with IDEALOGUE guardians Jacqueline Bosnjak and Mark Beukes to determine how to approach the content-driven, non-linear narrative structure. The experiment included distributing of the content across multiple platforms, including iPod, iPhone, and Sony PSP.

Rules were established for the film series. Each director had to pick up where the other one left off, carrying over the last line of the script from the preceding film. The director also had to represent "Little Minx" at some point in their short film.

Little Minx and Idealogue hired British designer David Pearson to create a film poster for the "Exquisite Corpse" series.

Logorama[edit]

Logorama, a 16-minute animated film where a Police chases an armed criminal in a version of Los Angeles composed entirely of corporate logos.

Directors: François Alaux, Herve de Crecy, Ludovic Houplain Written by Gregory Pruss long time collaborator David Fincher

Awards: Academy Award for Animated Short Film, César Award for Best Short Film

Cast: David Fincher, Bob Stephenson, Jaime Ray Newman, Andrew Kevin Walker.

Ghost Recon[edit]

Ghost Recon Alpha boasts a line-up of top Hollywood talent. The script is written by Tim Sexton, 2010 Academy Award nominee for Children of Men, and Gregory Pruss, longtime writing collaborator with David Fincher. The film was shot by District 9 and Elysium cinematographer Trent Opaloch; edited by Pietro Scalia, two-time Academy Award winner for Black Hawk Down and JFK.

Client: Ubisoft Film Directors: François Alaux, Hervé de Crécy Writers: François Alaux, Greg Pruss, Timothy J. Sexton Stars: Keith Gilmore, Mark Ivanir, and Chook Sibtain Sound Effects & Sound Editing: 3 time Oscar winner Per Hallberg Music: Daniel Pemberton who just wrapped the Counselor with Ridley Scott Production Design: Jan Roelfs (Gattaca, Alexander, Fast & Furious 6)


Little Minx has made the video game world a strong part of their repertoire in recent years. Previous work in the genre includes the Bright Falls for Alan Wake six-part series directed by Phil Van; and Ben Mor's work for Ubisoft with the spot for "Ghost Recon Future Soldier" and the trailer for the Black Eyed Peas game. AXIS, who is represented by Little Minx, directed the Spiderman "Edge of Time" spot for Activision as well as the trailer for Dead Island which was a 2011 Cannes Gold Lion winner in both Film and Film Craft categories

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