LONDON — Former BBC Worldwide exec Gavin Miller has been tapped as CEO of Scotland’s new Center for the Moving Image.
Miller takes up the post after developing revenue streams for brands such as “Doctor Who,” “Top Gear” and “Masterchef.” He has also held roles at Universal Pictures, Capital Radio Group and most recently at Film Tree.
CMI has been created as the new parent body, incorporating the Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival and Edinburgh Filmhouse, the city’s prominent independent cinema, to provide research and education across cinema, television, online and gaming platforms. It will look to forge partnerships with other cities, festivals and venues throughout Scotland.
Accountant Graham Wallace has been appointed chief operating officer of CMI.
Hannah McGill remains as artistic director at EIFF and Rod White as head of programming for Filmhouse.