The president of Paramount Pictures International is leaving the studio in light of a shake-up to integrate international marketing and distribution.

Marcoly had served since 2011 and his role will effectively be split between newly promoted Nic Crawley and Mark Viane.

Crawley has been promoted to president of international marketing and distribution while Viane rises to co-president of international marketing and distribution.

The executives will oversee together all international marketing and distribution for the company and both report to president of worldwide distribution and marketing Megan Colligan.

“In today’s global marketplace, marketing and distribution needs to be a seamless operation,” said Colligan. “With Nic’s outstanding track record on the marketing side and Mark’s global distribution experience, Paramount will creatively and effectively enhance its global reach and achieve even greater exposure for our filmmakers.  We are proud to be able to promote such a strong executive team from within.”

The announcement enhances the new structure that Paramount announced last month to manage North American and international theatrical as well as home media distribution under Colligan.

Crawley has served as Paramount’s president of international marketing since 2011 and prior to that was svp of global marketing at Walt Disney Studios, where he worked for 19 years. 

Viane has served as svp of international distribution for Asia Pacific and Latin America for Paramount since 2012. He joined the studio in 2007 as svp of distribution for Europe, Middle East and Africa after serving as vp for distribution at United International Pictures, where he began his career in 1996.