BERLIN — Studiocanal Germany has tapped Deutsche Columbia Pictures’ Isabel Hund as head of domestic production and acquisitions.
As exec VP, Hund will further expand local production. She will join the management team and report to Rodolphe Buet, CEO Studiocanal Germany.
Hund, who takes the post Oct. 1, has served as director of production at Deutsche Columbia Pictures Filmproduktion in Berlin since 2009. There she worked “Friendship!” in co-operation with Wiedemann & Berg and Barefoot Film, “Yoko” with Blue Eyes Fiction, and the Deutsche Columbia in-house production “Resturlaub.” More recently, she oversaw family film “Vampire Sisters” with Claussen Woebke Putz Filmproduktion.
Studiocanal’s lineup includes international and local productions including Leslye Headland’s “Bachelorette,” Ole Bornedal’s “Possession,” Julian Roman Poelsler’s “The Wall,” an adaptation of Marlen Haushofer’s novel about a woman cut off from civilisation and trying to survive in the mountains, and Adnan G. Koese’s crime drama “Kleine Morde.”