Good Films has appointed Working Title executive Kate Fasulo as head of production.
Fasulo, who had worked at Working Title for ten years, will oversee Good Films’ six-feature slate, reporting to company founder and managing director Miriam Segal.
Fasulo was a production supervisor on a string of Working Title hits including Senna, Paul, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Anna Karenina and Les Miserables and was production executive on BBC miniseries Birdsong.
Segal said: “Having expertly overseen a number of first-class projects throughout the last few years, Kate’s experience, vision, and ability make her the perfect person to entrust with the responsibility of managing production as we take the crucial next steps in the Good Films journey.”
Good Films’ slate of properties includes James Patterson and Liza Markland’s The Postcard Killers, Peter Godwin’s When a Crocodile Eats the Sun, Tena Stivicic’s Invisible, Robert Mazur’s The Infiltrator, Siri Hustvedt’s What I Loved and Randall Sullivan’s Labyrinth.
Segal’s outfit, set up in 2007, also includes packaging and development label George Films.