Friday, January 13, 2012

Imagenation’s VP of development leaves company

An article by Variety Arabia

Imagenation’s vice president of development Daniela Tully is leaving the company after three years in the company.
Daniela Tully joined Imagenation in June 2009 and has since produced two feature films, Nawaf al-Janahi’s “Sea Shadow”, which is hitting the US with its international premier at Palm Springs International Film Festival, and Tobe Hooper’s horror thriller “Djinn”.

Tully has also headed up the Content Divisions for Imagenation’s joint ventures with Participant Media and National Geographic Films, through which the company has been involved in projects such as “The Crazies”, “Fair Game” and “The Help”.
Prior to joining Imagenation, Tully worked as a senior network executive of original productions at ProSieben, one of Germany’s private networks. Tully holds an MA in Media Science/Communications, American, Spanish and Latin American Literature and Linguistics, with an emphasis in Film.
Imagenation has carried out executive shake-ups in last months. CEO Ed Borgerding left the Abu Dhabi-based film fund last February while COO Stefan Brunner exited shortly before that.

No comments:

Post a Comment