Creative Theory Group was started by two people who truly believe in the power of imaginative visual storytelling.
The company develops and produces feature films, television and streaming content with a focus on stories that are set in Asia but have a global appeal for world wide audiences.
Our mission: to make a lasting impact on global audiences by creating a unique home for artists to collaborate and create and to share diverse, distinctive stories that inspire human connection.
THOMAS J ELLIOTT
Born and raised in Australia, Thomas now calls Hong Kong home.
Here and abroad, he has worked with an exciting list of businesses, brands and agencies, including: Aegis Media Dentsu, Alibaba, The Australian Government, BBH, BUPA, Coca-Cola, Disneyland, Genting Cruises, Heinz, IXL Appliances, KAO, Kraft, Maille, Manulife, Microsoft, NRMA, PZ Cussons, Reckitt Benckiser, Red Bull, Rolls-Royce, SAP, Shangri-La Hotels, STW Group, Subway, Unilever, WPP and many more…
Thomas has a gift for creating complex and authentic performances and bringing them to the screen in a way that says more than just beautiful pictures.
He tells a story in every frame.
This is his passion.
Harry graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Economics and Minor in Cinema-Television. On his way to co-founding Creative Theory Group, he worked at Paradigm Talent Agency where he helped cover Warner Brothers and Disney projects. Then that eventually led him to co-create the digital and social media brand strategy for George Clooney and Rande Gerber’s Casamigos Tequila.
In 2015 he moved to Hong Kong and held a stint at Sequoia Capital backed Fave, Southeast Asia’s leading mobile payments and rewards platform, and also full-service creative agency APV. At APV, Harry was the Head of New Business & Content Development for clients and projects such as L’Oréal, Shangri-La Group, InvestHK, and Red Bull.
Outside of Creative Theory Group, he is also a Brasilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt that teaches weekly, American Council on Exercise Certified Trainer, and can speak four languages (two very well, and two moderately well).
Christian, a self confessed workaholic is on a business trip for his company in remote China when he gets unexpectedly delayed due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus.
(Drama) (Short) (15 mins)
Sean is visiting Hong Kong for the first time for work when he logs on to a free Wifi account with a connection to die for.
(Horror) (Short) (20 mins)
Lo, a Chinese orphan returns to fight in the MMA in Hong Kong and achieves impressive success, blazing new trails while uncovering her past and a connection to a country she never expected.
(Drama) (Short) (15 mins)
One last call
Jake, a wandering soul, left home four years ago to escape his family, leaving behind everything in the world that was important to him; now that his father's dead, he thinks it's safe to come home.
(Drama) (Feat) (90 mins)
After Skylar loses her mother to cancer she loses hope in life.
Until she meets Richard who makes a wager with her that creates a virtuous circle between the two of them for life.
(Drama) (Short) (3 mins)
A woman found wandering a desolate highway covered in blood is interviewed by a veteran detective and the story she tells him will leave his heart cold.
(Crime) (Short) (20 mins)
Two best friends discuss the politics of perving during a day out at the beach. One discovers his view is outdated with hilarious consequences.
(Com) (Short) (8 mins)
A DAY TO KILL
A day in the life of a hitman with one day to kill a potential target... It is going to be the longest day of both of their lives...
(Action) (Feat) (90 Mins)
THE LIFT OFF SESSIONS
PEOPLE OF COLOR:
The International Cultural Exchange