Former Sony executive David Kaminow has joined Annapurna Pictures as its new president of marketing just weeks after leaving his former company.
Founded by Megan Ellison, Annapurna Pictures declares itself a film production and finance company founded with the goal of creating sophisticated, high-quality films that might otherwise be deemed risky by contemporary Hollywood studios. The company boasts that many consider it to be a one-stop shop for filmmakers and says that it has provided the industry with “a critical boost of mature, adult dramas in recent years.”
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In his new position Kaminow will oversee all of the studio’s worldwide marketing and publicity for its films. While at Sony je did a similar job helping to promote movies like “Skyfall, ” “21 Jump Street, ” “The Da Vinci Code, ” “Angels and Demons, ” “American Hustle, ” “Zero Dark Thirty, ” “Moneyball” and “The Social Network.”
Before Sony he was the senior VP of marketing and research at Miramax.
“I’m thrilled to begin working with Megan and the whole team at Annapurna, ” Kaminow said. “I can’t wait to bring their fantastic and diverse slate of films to a global audience.”