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Landmark Theatres Opens New York Office; Hires Bunnell and Raddatz

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire March 28, 2006 at 12:3AM

Landmark Theatres has opened a New York City office, and has hired Lisa Bunnell as its east coast film buyer and Melissa Raddatz as its director of publicity, Landmark Theatres CEO Bill Banowsky announced Monday. Reporting directly to Ted Mundorff, Landmark Theatres vice president of film and head film buyer, Ms. Bunnell will primarily be responsible for booking all east coast Landmark screens and sites. She joins Mundorff's team of Mike McClellan, Mabel Tam, Ruth Hayler, and Mark Valen. Bunnell was most recently a senior film buyer at Loews Cineplex Entertainment. Raddatz, who recently worked on the Oscar campaign for "Enron: The Smartest Gusy in the Room." will report directly to Mr. Banowsky and Ray Price, Landmark Theateres vice president of marketing. She will oversee all marketing and publicity campaigns being implemented by Landmark Theatres regional marketing managers across the country. She will also lead national publicity campaigns for Landmark's Truly Indie program, and her first campaign will be on the award winning "Cavite." Landmark Theatres is the nation's largest theater chain devoted exclusively to independent and foreign language film, with 60 theaters in 22 markets. [Brian Brooks]
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Landmark Theatres has opened a New York City office, and has hired Lisa Bunnell as its east coast film buyer and Melissa Raddatz as its director of publicity, Landmark Theatres CEO Bill Banowsky announced Monday. Reporting directly to Ted Mundorff, Landmark Theatres vice president of film and head film buyer, Ms. Bunnell will primarily be responsible for booking all east coast Landmark screens and sites. She joins Mundorff's team of Mike McClellan, Mabel Tam, Ruth Hayler, and Mark Valen. Bunnell was most recently a senior film buyer at Loews Cineplex Entertainment. Raddatz, who recently worked on the Oscar campaign for "Enron: The Smartest Gusy in the Room." will report directly to Mr. Banowsky and Ray Price, Landmark Theateres vice president of marketing. She will oversee all marketing and publicity campaigns being implemented by Landmark Theatres regional marketing managers across the country. She will also lead national publicity campaigns for Landmark's Truly Indie program, and her first campaign will be on the award winning "Cavite." Landmark Theatres is the nation's largest theater chain devoted exclusively to independent and foreign language film, with 60 theaters in 22 markets. [Brian Brooks]