The veteran of Lionsgate and Lakeshore among others joins in the run-up to Cannes and will take charge of a slate that includes Sundance titles Something From Nothing from Ice-T and Bart Layton’s acclaimed documentary-thriller The Imposter (pictured).

Denton will take charge of international sales and acquisitions and play a key role in evaluating third party acquisitions and negative pick-ups. Rob Williams continues to handle acquisitions for the domestic releasing arm.

“Indomina is committed to strategic expansion in key areas and we realise that at this crucial stage you’re only as good as your senior executive team paving the way for continued growth,” vice-chairman and CEO Jasbinder Singh Mann said.

“With Stephanie on board, we feel we are well positioned to advance our international sales operations and further build our brand globally.”

“Stephanie has a tremendous pedigree and brings a wealth of experience and contacts to her new position,” svp of distribution and marketing Bruce Kirkland said. “We are excited to have her join our international sales team and we look forward to bringing high quality commercial feature films to the marketplace.”

Denton most recently headed sales and business development for the LA branch of Toronto-based animation studio ARC Productions. She led the international sales and distribution divisions of Lionsgate and Lakeshore,Graham King’s Initial Entertainment Group and Bold Films.

Indomina’s slate includes another Sundance pick-up, the coming-of-age tale Filly Brown, as well as A Fantastic Fear Of Everything starring Simon Pegg, thriller The Bounty Hunter, horror Enter Nowhere and the cult comedy Tiny Furniture.

The production runway boasts live-action Afro Samurai with Samuel Jackson, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero and Cabin Fever: Outbreak.