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David Kaminow Leaves Sony, Joins AnnaPurna Pictures

In his new position Kaminow will oversee all of the studio’s worldwide marketing and publicity.

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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.”

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.”

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