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in Filmmaking
on Feb 17, 2009

Via Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks at Indiewire and Dade Hayes at Variety comes the huge news that Geoff Gilmore is leaving Sundance to join Tribeca Enterprises as its Chief Creative Officer.

From Indiewire:

According to today’s press release, Gilmore will be responsible for “Tribeca’s global content strategy and lead creative development initiatives and expansion of the brand.” He will also join the board of directors of Tribeca Enterprises.

“I believe that Tribeca Enterprises is well positioned to develop a film organization that can create a new paradigm for the future,” Gilmore said, in a statement today. “The vision of its leadership, its structure and resources, and the track record of its brief history give me great excitement at the opportunity to join their enterprise. I’ve had a wonderful nineteen years at Sundance and will always be grateful to Bob Redford. For me this is a big decision, a huge change and an enormous opportunity.”

Read more at the links above, and we’ll look forward to following Gilmore’s activities a few blocks south of us here at Filmmaker.

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