Kimberly Fox has landed at Inferno Entertainment following her departure late last year from QED International and will serve as president of Inferno International.

Fox reports directly to Inferno co-chairmen Bill Johnson and Jim Seibel and will commence work on a slate that includes comedy The Kids Are All Right starring Annette Bening, Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo that is set to get its world premiere at Sundance, as well as the upcoming 3D live-action adventure Arabian Nights.

The roster includes The Killer Elite starring Jason Statham, The Experiment with Adrien Brody and Forrest Whitaker, and drama What’s Wrong With Virginia starring Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris and Emma Roberts.

She served for four years as executive vice president of international distribution at QED International, where she handled foreign sales on last year’s sleeper hit District 9, as well as Oliver Stone’s W., A Perfect Getaway, New York I Love You, and Smart People.

Prior to her tenure at QED, Fox was vice president of international sales at Kathy Morgan International (KMI) for eight years, where she handled The Butterfly Effect and In The Land Of Women, among others.

“The principals here have a tremendous vision for the company and I look forward to taking an active role in helping achieve the goals that have been set and raise the benchmark in international distribution,” Fox said.