20th Century FoxInternational, the recently created division of the studio which combinesinternational theatrical and international home entertainment divisions underStephen Moore, has promoted three of its key executives.

Mary McLaren, who waspreviously executive vice president for home entertainment international, hasbeen promoted to executive vice president of business operations for 20thCentury Fox International, overseeing the finance, operations and informationtechnology activities for both divisions. She currently manages DVD and VHSpre-production and will now also oversee theatrical print services and thedubbing group as well as the administration of Fox's theatrical and homeentertainment subsidiary offices around the world. She continues to report toMoore, while working closely with international theatrical president ScottNeeson.

Paul Hanneman, who iscurrently senior vice president of the Asia Pacific region, has been promotedto senior vice president of sales and strategic planning for internationaltheatrical. He will relocate from Hong Kong to Los Angeles and assume theformer duties of Julian Levin who recently moved over to become executive vicepresident of digital exhibition.

Reporting to Neeson, he willsupervise the sales and strategic planning activities for the Fox internationalslate including Star Wars: Episode 2 - Attack Of The Clones, Steven Spielberg's Minority Report, the 20th James Bond film and SamMendes' Road To Perditionwhich stars Tom Hanks, Jude Law and Paul Newman.

Meanwhile, Keith Feldman hasbeen promoted to executive vice president, sales and marketing, for homeentertainment international. Feldman was previously senior vice president ofmarketing for the division and in his new position he will take on additionalbusiness strategy responsibility. He will continue to report to Moore.