Berlin: Kevin Hoiseth Joins International Film Trust as Director of Sales
Hoiseth will focus on Eastern Europe and Asia in selling IFT's slate of films, including "Cymbeline" and "Your Voice in My Head."
Kevin Hoiseth has joined the International Film Trust as director of international sales.
The appointment, effective immediately, was announced by IFT president Christian De Gallegos alongside IFT founders Michael Benaroya of Benaroya Pictures and D. Todd Shepherd and George Waud of Miscellaneous Entertainment.
Hoseith will primarily focus on Asia and Eastern Europe in selling IFT's slate of films, which includes Cymbeline, starring Ethan Hawke, Ed Harris, Milla Jovovich and Dakota Johnson; Your Voice in My Head, based on Emma Forrest's acclaimed novel -- she's also writing the adapted script -- and starring Emma Watson; and The King of the Kastle, starring Clive Owen, Jacki Weaver and Asa Butterfield.
"IFT is gearing up for an exciting period ahead as we continue to expand our slate and will have six films go into production before the end of the year," said de Gallegos and Benaroya in a joint statement. "Kevin is a welcomed addition to the team as we enter the next phase of growth."
Hoiseth was previously director of international sales and marketing for Voltage Pictures, where he worked on Oscar best picture nominee Dallas Buyers Club, Don Jon and The Zero Theorem.
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