Red Rock Entertainment

Franchise Description :

Red Rock Entertainment is a film finance company, based at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood, home to some of the biggest TV shows on British television and the studio of choice for many successful British films. Working in conjunction with a number of UK production companies to raise equity for film, TV programmes and film distribution, Red Rock Entertainment offer a number of tax efficient investment opportunities.

Part Time:No
Contact Name:Red Rock Entertainment Limited

Suite 12 Elstree Studios,
Shenley Road,
Hertfordshire, WD6 1JG,
United Kingdom

Phone Number:0203 745 5380


Here at Redrock we are offering your capital back plus 50/50 share of the net profits thereafter, in addition to all the UK tax benefits from the HMRC SEIS schem

This is a limited opportunity.


  • 50% Income Tax Relief for current or previous Tax Year (from date of Share Certificate).
  • 50% Capital Gains write off from 2016/17 Tax Year.
  • No Inheritance Tax after 2 years.
  • No Income Tax or Capital Gains on any Profits.
  • Loss Relief on any monies lost at your current tax rate.
  • Monies must remain in the company for 3 years to benefit from the above.




In 2013, the total video entertainment market grew 0.5% to an estimated £2.2 billion in consumer spending; 143 million DVDs were sold in the UK in 2013 and UK consumers made 56 million digital rentals in 2013, showing that the video market is strong and films can generate a large income long after theatrical releases take place.

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