Chris Curling succeeds Martin Moszkowicz
Zephyr Films’ Chris Curling has been elected president of the Paris-based European Producers Club.
He succeeds Constantin’s Martin Moszkowicz, who decided not to run for re-election after four years at the helm.
Curling is one of the U.K.’s most cosmopolitan producers. He capitalized on the growing strength of the German film industry by establishing a Zephyr subsid in Germany. Its main office is in London.
Recent Zephyr pics include Michael Hoffman’s “The Last Station” and Christopher Smith’s “Black Death.” Both were shot in Germany.
The EPC also elected German distrib Prokino’s Ira von Gienanth and Marco Chimenz, from Italian producer Cattleya, as VPs.