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Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions Re-Ups President And Chief Operating Officer Justin Alvarado Brown

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EXCLUSIVE: Scott Free Productions has recently inked a 2-year extension for Justin Alvarado Brown to continue to serve as President and C.O.O.

of the company through 2024. Brown will continue to oversee all dealmaking and operations for the company across film and television, as well as heading up strategic planning, primary responsibility for P&L, and all business and legal affairs matters for the company’s US and UK offices. “Justin has proven to be a dedicated Senior Executive and COO bringing a strategic perspective to maximizing our business opportunities through these fluid times,” said Ridley Scott. “Justin is always able to elegantly negotiate the most complex of deals and this makes him a real asset to Scott Free.

We are delighted he will continue to be part of Scott Free.” In over a decade at the production shingle founded by Scott and his late brother, Tony Scott, Brown has guided the company to an unprecedented period of growth and success, including working in close collaboration with longtime exec and Chief Creative Officer, David Zucker, to expand the TV group into a global independent studio/production company, overseeing productions such as Raised by Wolves (HBO Max), Great Expectations (F/X, BBC) and the upcoming Sinking Spring (Apple). “It has been a privilege and honor to work alongside Ridley these past 12 years,” said Brown. “I’m grateful for his and Luke’s support, and for the opportunity to continue to work with David Zucker, Mike Pruss and their amazing teams to produce original and relevant film and TV projects befitting of Ridley and the company’s legacies.

I’m excited and confident about what the next few years hold for us, as we navigate the ever-changing marketplace we find ourselves in.”

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