Los Angeles, CA & London, UK (August 22, 2018)—Currently marking its tenth anniversary year, Atlantic Screen Music (ASM), a division of parent company Atlantic Screen Group, has acquired UK-based music supervision and sync company Redfive Creative.
Redfive, a creative music agency for film, TV and advertising, brings to ASM its background in creative searches and licensing, bespoke composition and re-records, sonic branding, music strategy and production, score funding and financial analysis. Rupert Hollier, Redfive’s creative director, and music supervisor David Fish become part of ASM as a result of the acquisition.
ASM’s talent roster includes John Debney, Max Richter, Steve Jablonsky, Clinton Shorter, Daniel Hart, Lorne Balfe, Explosions in the Sky, Atticus Ross, Harry Gregson-Williams and others. ASM-produced soundtracks to-date include Atomic Blonde, Churchill, Escape Plan and Forsaken, to name just a few. The company provides funds for feature film productions, thereby owning the resulting film scores, and recently completed its 150th film score, for the Julian Schnable movie At Eternity’s Gate, which screened on the closing night of the 56th New York Film Festival.
Also, ASM has retained Los Angeles-based Jonathan Firstenberg as its first North American representative.
According to Simon Fawcett, CEO, Atlantic Screen Group, “Our acquisition of Redfive Creative will allow us to expand into the supervision, bespoke and advertising markets on a number of different levels. Redfive's ethos and strategy is completely aligned with ours, and we are delighted to integrate them into our team.
“And we are also looking forward to a long and productive new working relationship with Jonathan Firstenberg, who will help us expand and introduce our company to new clients and partners across the Hollywood marketplace and beyond.”
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