Entertainment PR and marketing agency Rogers & Cowan is reshuffling its film divisions in a move that will see executive vice-president Nikki Parker transfer from Los Angeles to London.

Parker will continue to oversee both the Los Angeles and London international film departments with a renewed emphasis on the European business development.

The 15-strong film team spanning Europe and the US covers release campaigns for film and TV, as well as acquisitions, awards season, festivals, corporate clients and a growing expertise in faith-based and family content.

Meghan Gamber has been promoted to associate vice-president and will expand the North American practice alongside associate vice-president Dennis Dembia. The Los Angeles office will work more closely with vice-president Emma McCorkell’s London office.

Acquisitions and broad-based marketing and public relations services for film, TV and cable are headed by executive vice-president Elliot Fischoff; faith-based and family film is spearheaded by senior vice-president Lesley Bates-Bainbridge, and digital and social media is led by vice-president Jennifer Fader.

Rogers & Cowan’s chief executive Tom Tardio said the company had “organised our excellent resources in Los Angeles, London and New York to offer a global marketing and PR package.”