Directors / Jordan Scott

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Jordan Scott is a feature film writer and director who also works throughout the world directing commercial campaigns for leading agencies, brands, and artists. 


This Spring, Jordan’s highly anticipated thriller, Berlin Nobody (Eric Bana, Sadie Sink, Sylvia Hoeks) will make its theatrical debut. Written and directed by Scott, the film is produced by Ridley Scott and Michael Pruss for Scott Free Productions and Augenschein FilmProduktion.


Jordan has directed commercial campaigns for brands including Audi, Nike, Land Rover, Renault, Credit Suisse, Hugo Boss featuring Gwyneth Paltrow, Armani Jeans featuring Rihanna, and Nespresso featuring Penelope Cruz. Additionally, Jordan has led film and stills campaigns for Paul Smith, Agent Provocateur, and Diesel.


Other notable projects include directing the first ever short film/TV advertising campaign for PRADA, which premiered at Berlin Film Festival, and working with UNICEF on the ‘All the Invisible Children’ film project, which premiered at Venice Film Festival. PRADA Thunder Perfect Mind showed one girl representing all women, free to embody more than one authentic self. The film is poetic, independent, and strikingly feminine – a theme in much of Jordan’s own narrative work. 


In 2009, Jordan’s “elegant and dramatic debut” feature, Cracks, premiered at Toronto International Film Festival. Starring Eva Green, Juno Temple and Imogen Poots, Cracks is a compelling tale of adolescent obsession and innocence corrupted. The film displays the same strengths that Jordan brings to her commercials; consistently stylish and seductive, with a current of candid honesty.