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LOS ANGELES, USA // Rhea Scott founded Little Minx in 1998 and since then it has become a preeminent woman-owned and led production company. Little Minx rose to prominence producing music videos for Lauryn Hill, Jay-Z, Janet Jackson, Prince, d’angelo and the Black Eyed Peas, among others. The company is among the industry’s most inclusive, representing major talents such as Malik Hassan Sayeed, Andrew Dosunmu, Rodrigo Prieto, Luca Guadagnino, Ali Ali and Omar El Zohairy, and rising stars child., Amandla Baraka, Crystal Kayiza, Khalik Allah, Romain Laurent and Kaito. Little Minx’s original mission of nurturing and championing diversity in its roster, crews and decision makers has evolved into a fundamental creative principle.
Before Little Minx, Rhea was Head of Music Videos at Propaganda Films where she worked with David Fincher, Stephane Sednaoui, Michael Bay and many other renowned filmmakers on groundbreaking videos for The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Madonna, the Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, Bjork, Smashing Pumpkins, NIN, Massive Attack, Primal Scream and other artists.
Rhea produced an Academy Award-winning short film called Logorama, with Francois Alaux, Hervé de Crécy and Ludovic Houplain. She has also produced feature films, her first with Andrew Dosunmu called Mother of George. It won Best Cinematography at Sundance in 2013. Next came Alma Hare’l’s Love True, executive produced by Shia LaBeouf, which opened Tribeca in 2016. And she produced Where is Kyra?, also directed by Dosunmu with Michelle Pfeiffer and Kiefer Sutherland; the film was in partnership with Killer Films and Christine Vachon and premiered at Sundance in 2017.
Rhea was born outside of Paris, and today lives in Los Angeles with her four children.