Reiko Bradley has left her post as head of Filmtown International Sales and returned to work for old boss Mark Damon as executive vice president of distribution at Damon's MDP Worldwide. She previously worked for him at Vision International and later at MDP Worldwide before leaving to head up the LA operations of Japanese media giant JVC where she was vice president of acquistions.
At MDP, she will be responsible for licensing new and library MDP titles including the upcoming D'Artagnan directed by Peter Hyams and starring Tim Roth, Mena Suvari and Catherine Deneuve and the just completed The Body starring Antonio Banderas and Olivia Williams.
While at JVC, Bradley was instrumental in creating Chrome Dragon Productions, a joint venture between JVC and directors Francis Ford Coppola and Wayne Wang. While at Filmtown, she oversaw sales on films including David Mamet's State And Main starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Alec Baldwin.