Magazine article Screen International

Jamie Carmichael Steps Down as President of Film at Kew Media Group (Exclusive)

Magazine article Screen International

Jamie Carmichael Steps Down as President of Film at Kew Media Group (Exclusive)

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Industry veteran was formerly head of Content Film.

Jamie Carmichael

LA-based international sales veteran Jamie Carmichael is stepping down from his role as president of film at Kew Media Group.

The long-time Content Film head is understood to be lining up another venture in the film and TV sector but details have yet to be confirmed.

Kew told Screen in a statement:

”Kew is further combining its film and television units. This allows for more cohesion and synergies across our sales and marketing teams and better positions the company for its growth and expansion. The new joint division will be led by Greg Phillips, President, Distribution. Jamie Carmichael, President of Film, has decided to leave the company to pursue new opportunities.”

Recent titles on the Kew slate include Zach Fox and Omri Dorani’s teen comedy How To Get Girls, Bees Make Honey starring Alice Eve, comedy An Actor Prepares with Jeremy Irons and Jack Huston and sci-fi Higher Power.

Over a 16-year tenure at London and LA-based Content and then at Kew, British sales veteran Carmichael, who lives in Pacific Palisades, sold well-received films including Gibney’s Scientology movie Going Clear and Catholic Church exposé Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God as well as titles such as Oscar-nominated The Cooler, Felicity Huffman hit Transamerica, Paul Verhoeven’s Black Book and Andrea Arnold’s Bafta winner Fish Tank. …

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