Magazine article Screen International

Voltage Pictures Hires John Fremes

Magazine article Screen International

Voltage Pictures Hires John Fremes

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Fremes arrives from Nu Image / Millennium and replaces Elisabeth Costa de Beauregard, who is transitioning into a production deal with Nicolas Chartier's company and to that effect will be on set in Ireland for John Moore's I.T. starring Pierce Brosnan.

For the last three years Fremes served as president of international sales and distribution at Nu Image / Millennium, where he sold titles like Expendables 2 and 3, Olympus Has Fallen, Homefront and the upcoming London Has Fallen and Mechanic: Resurrection.

Voltage has also brought in Scott Bedno from Spotlight Pictures as vice-president of international sales. Bedno, along with Voltage's international sales coordinator Mike Quinn, will report directly to Fremes.

The moves underscores Chartier's plans to ramp at the company up after he brought in Deckter as partner last month.

"We are thrilled to have John and Scott join us and the team as we are continuing our rapid growth at Voltage," said Chartier and Deckter in a joint statement.

"John and Scott's experience, track records and individual reputations in the marketplace speak for themselves. …

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