Good Films has hired Working Title’s Kate Fasulo as their new head of production, the independent U.K. production house announced today. She will report directly to Miriam Segal, Good Films’ founder and managing director.
When she starts later this month, Fasulo will be responsible for overseeing production of the company’s six-feature slate. She brings 10 years of experience with her, having been with British production company Working Title for a decade. There, she recently completed work on Edgar Wright’s “The World’s End,” Richard Curtis’ “About Time” and Hossein Amini’s “The Two Faces of January.”
The Good Films slate that Fasulo will oversee consists of adaptations of James Patterson’s and Liza Marklund’s “The Postcard Killers,” Peter Godwin’s “When a Crocodile Eats the Sun,” Tena Stivicic’s “Invisible,” Robert Mazur’s “The Infiltrator,” Siri Hustvedt’s “What I Loved” and Randall Sullivan’s “Labyrinth.”
Good Films has an international sales pact with FilmNation, and works with packaging and development label George Films, of which Segal is also the founder.