Kylie Munnich Lands at Goalpost Pictures as CEO — Global Briefs – Deadline

Kylie Munnich Lands at Goalpost Pictures as CEO — Global Briefs – Deadline

Former Sky executive Kylie Munnich named CEO of Goalpost Pictures

The invisible man, five blind dates Y black snow Producer Goalpost Pictures has named film and television industry veteran Kylie Munnich as its CEO. The Sydney-based production company will welcome you on November 1. The former Sky Studios and Sonar Entertainment executive is stepping down from her post as director of Screen Queensland, a role she held for three years, overseeing the state’s biggest production surge in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Previously, she was Co-Production and Scripted Sales Executive for Seven Studios and Senior Vice President of Distribution, Asia Pacific for Sonar Entertainment. Prior to that, she had worked in the UK as Director of Drama and Comedy for Sky Vision (now Sky Studios) and worked on internal script assignments for Sky. She also held senior positions at Sony Pictures Television. Goalpost is currently in post-production on the Stan and Sundance Now series. black snowstarring Travis Fimmel and Amazon Original Movie five blind dates for Prime Video Australia, directed by Shawn Seet. Also in the works is feature film Carmen, a co-production with the French Chapter 2, starring Melissa Barrera, Paul Mescal and Rossy de Palma and directed by Benjamin Millepied. It had its world premiere at the recent Toronto International Film Festival.

France TV Distribution packages ‘Mother Valley’ ahead of MIA market

France TV Distribution has acquired the international rights to Mother Valleya feature film by Lebanese director Carlos Chahine (Azur & Asmar: The Search for Princes) starring Nathalie Baye and Pierre Rochefort. France Televisions’ sales arm will be at the MIA Market in Rome next month selling the film, which is set in 1958 Lebanon as civil war rages. Follow the young model mother and wife Layla, who spends the summer in the remote Christian mountains. Her younger sisters are unwilling to follow in her footsteps and accept arranged marriages, while an encounter with a Frenchman opens Layla’s eyes to her status as a woman living in a patriarchal society. MIA will take place in Rome between October 11 and 15.

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Cineflix prepares ‘CNN’Sitcom history for Cannes

Cineflix Rights has acquired the sales rights to the series from CNN and Cream Productions. Sitcom history, which will be presented at Mipcom Cannes. The show brings audiences together with beloved comedy characters and introduces them to comedies they haven’t discovered yet. Features original interviews with Norman Lear, Tina Fey, Tracy Morgan, Lisa Kudrow, Kelsey Grammer, Tim Allen, and Ted Danson, among many others. Cineflix’s sales arm has previously sold CNN shows like the story of the night Y the history of comedy. “The shows presented in this series have traveled all over the world, giving Sitcom history huge global appeal,” said Felicia Litovotz, vice president of acquisitions for Cineflix Rights, North America. Mipcom Cannes will take place in France from October 17 to 20.

BBC Studios presents the formation of the Academy of Writers

BBC Studios has introduced the latest cohort of aspiring TV writers for its Writers’ Academy, a paid training program run by former British drama executive John Yorke. They are writer and actor Lauren Redding; British-Bosnian playwright and screenwriter Igor Memic; The British-Indian scribe Pavan Patel, whose pilot The jewels of empires was shortlisted for the Bisha K Ali Sky x Netflix Writers Grant; the producer and director of Sky Arts, Daniel Bougourd; Bea Roberts, whose debut play And then come the nightjars is being adapted into a feature film through Finite Pictures; Chloe Myerson, who is developing projects with Roughcut TV, Caryn Mandabach Productions and Island Pictures, and has two scripts up for grabs at Wall to Wall Television; British-Nogerian actress, writer and producer Joan Iyiola, whose Apatan Productions made a BAFTA-nominated short film Dọlápọ̀ is fine, which acquired Netflix and HBO; and Gary Sewell, a holly writer who has also been a series producer on the Channel 4 soap opera.

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