Spike Seldin has joined LA-based production outfit Wind Dancer Films as senior vice president, joining company principal Matt Williams and president Dete Meserve in building the slate following an influx of funding for development and production through private equity.

'We look forward to tapping Spike's great eye for material in our expansion of the development and production of feature projects,' said Williams in a statement.

'With our financing in place to make two to three features films each year, Spike's extensive relationships and his innate skill for identifying quality projects and seeing them through from development to production, is an important step in Wind Dancer's growth,' added Meserve.

Seldin is currently producing the film version of The A-Team for 20th Century Fox. He was previously president of production for Top Cow Productions, the entertainment division for the comic book company, where he developed features of Flash Gordon for Universal, Fathom for Fox and The Cleaner for MGM.

He came to Top Cow from TNT in 1999 where he was vice president of original programming; he began his career in entertainment at Paramount Pictures as director of development.

Wind Dancer is the LA-based production company founded by Williams and David McFadzean which was behind the hit film What Women Want and the hit TV series Home Improvement.