Huahn will report directly to Bold Films' president or worldwide distribution Stephanie Denton and will play a key role in production, finance and development negotiations and will oversee all worldwide distribution agreements.
Huahn spent the previous decade at Summit Entertainment where she headed up international contracts and business affairs as senior vice president.
Motor racing legend Alain Prost has joined the voice cast of the CGI animated feature film Louis La Chance being sold here by Cinema Management Group (CMG).
Prost, who held the record for most Grand Prix victories from 1987-2001, will portray the racing driver Raymond. Directors Phillipe LeClerc and Xavier Aliot have been joined by Guillaume Ivernel.
The story chronicles the adventures of two brothers who battle against a mysterious villain in their bid to win the 1934 Monaco Grand Prix.
Bleiberg Entertainment's Compound B genre label will produce Pearry Reginald Teo's supernatural horror title Necromentia, set to begin principal photography later this month in Tucson, Arizona.
Bleiberg will introduce the project to buyers here; it previously sold Teo's feature The Gene Generation. Stephanie Joyce wrote the screenplay for Necromentia about three men who dare each other to play a Ouija board and enter alternative dimensions.
Joyce will produce and Ehud Bleiberg, vice president of sales Roman Kopelevich, Glen Tackett, Mark Maltzer and John Eslinger will serve as executive producers.
Cinemavault has boarded three additional titles for AFM, among them the Juliet Stevenson comedy of errors A Previous Engagement.
Stevenson plays a mother who persuades her husband to take the family on a holiday to Malta, where she secretly plans a tryst with her first love. Joan Carr-Wiggin directed and Tcheky Karyo, Valerie Mahaffey and Daniel Stern star. Producers Palisades Pictures and Buccaneer Films self-distributed the film in the US.
The other two films are Irish thriller Alarm and action title The Level from film-making brothers Joshua and Jeffrey Crook.
Paris-based distributor Pretty Pictures has taken French and German rights to Christina Clausen's feature doc The Universe Of Keith Haring. The film, handled internationally by Arthouse Films, is a portrait of the pop/graffiti artist who died in 1990. Celebrities including Madonna and Yoko Ono are featured in the film, which also includes audio interviews of Haring himself done by biographer John Gruen for his 1991 book, Keith Haring: The Authorized Biography.