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Rice Collaborates with Dance Legend Tina Landon

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Extra featured Scott Rice’s recent collaboration with legendary choreographer Tina Landon for his new music video “Living for the Weekend” with artist Madison McWilliams. Tina has worked with the likes of Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Prince, Pink, Jay-Z, Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Aerosmith, Christina Aguilera, Shakira, Tina Turner, Paula Abdul, Rihanna and Britney Spears.

“White Boy Rick” Class Wraps

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With the release of WHITE BOY RICK, Matthew McConaughey and Scott Rice complete their 3-semester University of Texas study of Yann Demange’s crime drama. A new video by Two Shot West showcases the Script to Screen course, which McConaughey and Rice co-teach. Film students had access to early drafts of the screenplay and behind-the-scenes footage shot exclusively for the class long before the film’s open.

Two Shot West Goes La La Land

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Director Scott Rice recently tackled the musical in Musical Number for R&R Partners and the Utah Transit Authority. Acclaimed Hollywood choreographer Jason Myhre took a break from Paula Abdul’s latest tour to work on the spot. Utah Valley University dancers filled out the Salt Lake City cast, and the Provo High School flag team also lent a hand. Go behind the scenes to see Scott Rice and crew in action.

10 Years Empowered

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This year marks Scott Rice’s 10 year anniversary directing Parents Empowered’s anti-underage drinking campaign for R&R Partners. Pathways features motion control which allowed for a character to be cloned onscreen. Incredulous and In Reverse (which takes place almost entirely in reverse motion) round out the campaign. Two Shot West congratulates R&R Partners’ group creative director Kyle Curtis on creating over 30 Parents Empowered PSAs and counting. The initiative has reduced underage drinking in the state of Utah by over 40%.

HuffPost Premieres “Tunnel”

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The Huffington Post premiered Scott Rice’s music video END OF THE TUNNEL featuring 15 year-old singer-songwriter Madison McWilliams. Of her work, HuffPost states: “McWilliams blends elements of pop, pop rock, jazz, R&B and blues into an inimitable sound that features cogent melodies, wonderful harmonies and McWilliams’ pyrotechnic vocals.” Embracing the song’s thematics, Rice chose to finish the music video in stark black and white.