Steven Rabiner has been named senior vice president of production for Castle Rock Pictures, the company announced Thursday.
“Steve is a welcome addition to our company,” said Liz Glotzer, president of production for Castle Rock. “With five movies in post-production and several more starting, we really needed extra support.”
Rabiner said he expects his duties at the small company to encompass most facets of production.
“In the short term, I’ll be looking to bring in additional projects,” said Rabiner. “And servicing our various deals with producers will be an important part of the job.”
Prior to joining Castle Rock, Rabiner held the position of production prexy for Di Novi Pictures, where he worked on the development and production of the upcoming “Edwards and Hunt,” directed by Christopher Guest, and on the development of “Practical Magic.”
Rabiner’s other posts include a one-year stint as veepee of production at the Samuel Goldwyn Co., where he supervised production on “Napoleon.” Previously, he was director of production at Fox, where he worked on the films “Nell,” “Nine Months” and “The Truth About Cats and Dogs.”
Rabiner also served briefly as a vice president at Permut Presentations, and was an exec VP at Rober Corman’s Concorde-New Horizons Corp. from 1990-1993.