NEW YORK — Julie Golden has elected to ankle her post as exec VP of production at Intermedia, effectively immediately.
Golden told Daily Variety she is pursuing other interests.
A well-regarded exec who had been with the company for three years and was one of Intermedia’s first Los Angeles hires, Golden found and packaged the big-budget Harrison Ford starrer “K-19,” helmed by Kathryn Bigelow, which Paramount will release July 19.
“It’s been an exciting journey helping to build Intermedia alongside Moritz Borman, Nigel Sinclair and Guy East,” Golden said. “I look forward to collaborating with all of them in the future.”
Borman, chairman of Intermedia, said: “She was there at the birth of Intermedia, and I am sad to see her go. But I am sure she will move on to bigger and better things. I wish her all the best.” Borman said he welcomed future collaborations with Golden on specific projects already in development at Intermedia, or others she brings to the company.
Golden last worked for director Gary Ross. Before that she was senior veep of production at Lakeshore Entertainment.
While at Intermedia, Golden brought in “Adaptation,” the Charlie Kaufman-penned, Spike Jonze-helmed pic, to be released by Sony later this year. She served as an exec on “The Wedding Planner,” released by Sony last year. Other projects she oversaw include “Dark Blue,” directed by Ron Shelton and starring Kurt Russell; “Mindhunters,” directed by Renny Harlin; and the Alan Parker-helmed “Life of David Gale,” starring Kevin Spacey.