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Two Rivers in Co-Pro Pact with RWP


Two Rivers Media has entered into a co-production deal with Ross Wilson’s new factual venture RW Productions (RWP).

The deal sees RWP benefit from Two Rivers’ corporate infrastructure. As part of the pact, all RWP’s films will be made in co-production with Two Rivers. RWP will work with Two Rivers’ development team and also benefit from the company’s finance and legal resources.

Alan Clements, managing director of Two Rivers, said: “Ross is one of the U.K.’s best factual exec producers. His films are intelligent and thought-provoking and, as well as being highly acclaimed in the U.K., they have garnered huge sales worldwide. We have worked together many times since Wark Clements’ days and I’m thrilled to be collaborating with Ross again. He has a fantastic slate of projects which both complement and enhance the Two Rivers’ documentary offering, led by our head of factual, Mick McAvoy. Bringing his new venture under the Two Rivers’ umbrella is a huge opportunity for both companies and it strengthens further our position as the go-to company in Scotland for specialist factual and documentary films.”

Ross Wilson, creative director of Ross Wilson Productions, added: “Two Rivers has quickly become one of the most creative production companies in Scotland, so I’m delighted to be signing this strategic deal. Collaboration is key if we are all to succeed in a post-COVID world. RWP is keen to be as outward-facing as we can at this moment, both to grow our contacts and our market. This deal not only strengthens both our businesses, but gives us that increased access. Two Rivers has particularly strong international connections, which are of huge benefit to RWP. It will allow us to significantly increase our area of attack and accelerate our growth.”

About Kristin Brzoznowski

Kristin Brzoznowski is the executive editor of World Screen. She can be reached at [email protected]


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