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iW NEWS | Crain Promoted to VP of Acquisitions at Picturehouse

By Indiewire | Indiewire September 6, 2007 at 4:37AM

Lindsay Crain has been promoted to VP of Acquisitions at Picturehouse, the company's president Bob Berney announced Wednesday. Crain, who will continue to report to Sara Rose, SVP of Acquisitions and will work closely with Berney and Rose in all film acquisitions and development at Picturehouse. Crain joined the distributor in 2006 as director of acquisitions. She has been involved in the acquisitions of Guillermo del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth," Robert Altman's "Prairie Home Companion," and Leon Ichaso's "El Cantante," as well as the production of the upcoming psychological horror film, "Amusement." "Lindsay has been an instrumental part of our team for close to two years now," commented Berney in a statement. "We are really pleased that we are able to recognize all her hard work and give her this opportunity to really shine and get front and center on several projects." [Brian Brooks]
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Lindsay Crain has been promoted to VP of Acquisitions at Picturehouse, the company's president Bob Berney announced Wednesday. Crain, who will continue to report to Sara Rose, SVP of Acquisitions and will work closely with Berney and Rose in all film acquisitions and development at Picturehouse. Crain joined the distributor in 2006 as director of acquisitions. She has been involved in the acquisitions of Guillermo del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth," Robert Altman's "Prairie Home Companion," and Leon Ichaso's "El Cantante," as well as the production of the upcoming psychological horror film, "Amusement." "Lindsay has been an instrumental part of our team for close to two years now," commented Berney in a statement. "We are really pleased that we are able to recognize all her hard work and give her this opportunity to really shine and get front and center on several projects." [Brian Brooks]





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