The British Film Institute (bfi) has unveiled its newExecutive Team under director Amanda Nevill.
The team comprise figures from the world of film as well asprivate sector executives with managerial and commercial experience.
The executive teamcomprises:
Eddie Berg, founder and ChiefExecutive of FACT, theFoundation for Art and Creative Technology, in Liverpool, who has been appointed Artistic Directorof National Centre for the Moving Image, charged with leading the National FilmTheatre and creating a new national and international centre for the movingimage.
Catharine Pusey has been named Director of bfi Trading. She was previously managingdirector of EMAP Media, the publisher of magazines including ScreenInternational and Broadcast.
Heather Stewart, as Cultural Director (UK Wide),will be responsible for developing new audiences across the UK througheducation and other access channels, opening up and developing the bfi NationalFilm & Television Archive and the bfi National Library, and establishinggreater co-ordination between the bfi and national and regional partners.
Roy Payne, bfi Director of Communications, has previouslyworked at the Department for National Heritage (now the DCMS) and at Cable& Wireless.
Francesca Vinti, previously the V&A's Deputy Director ofDevelopment, is now the Development Director at the bfi.
Jeannette Wilkins, bfi Finance Director, was previously FinanceDirector at ITV Digital.
Sandra Hebron, has been Artistic Director bfiFilm Festivals, responsible for both the bfi London Film Festival and the bfiLondon Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, for the past two years.
Jill McLaughlin, the current bfi Director ofResources and Planning.
The Executive Team will alsoinclude Jim Hamilton, the Head of National Film Theatre & Exhibition,who reports to Eddie Berg.