Feature exec trio promoted and two new hires for TV
Jerry Bruckheimer Films has promoted three feature execs and hired two for its television division.
On the film side, Diane Drummond has been upped to vice president, special projects. Drummond, who had been director of special projects, will continue to oversee internal administrative and managerial activities.
Charles Vignola has been promoted from creative executive to director of development. Vignola has been with Bruckheimer since 1990 and will oversee upcoming film projects, including the “National Treasure” sequel, romantic comedy “Shopaholic” and vidgame-based adventure “Prince of Persia.”
Bruckheimer’s assistant, John Campbell, has been upped to creative executive.
At Jerry Bruckheimer Television, Yelena Chak has joined the company as manager. She will find and develop new projects, mainly comedies.
Kellie Urdang has also joined the company in the newly created post of human resources director. She will oversee employee relations for the film and television divisions as well as overall office operations.