Entertainment One Films International managing director Sally Caplan is stepping down from her post and will leave the company at the end of May. She’s moving on to focus on production. Caplan has been with eOne since November 2011, establishing the sales arm’s UK office. The team has handled international rights on such films as Beasts Of The Southern Wild, Animal Kingdom and the upcoming Maps To The Stars from David Cronenberg and Atom Egoyan’s Queen Of The Night. EOne Films International EVP Charlotte Mickie and head of sales Charlotte Van Weede will take over Caplan’s responsibilities for an interim period following her departure.
Sally Caplan To Exit EOne Films International
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