Company Overview of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation produces and distributes films in theaters. The company also sells movies and television content DVD or Blu-Ray products through an online store. It serves audience in the United States and internationally. The company was founded in 1935 and is based in Los Angeles, California. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc.
10201 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Founded in 1935
Key Executives for Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President of Worldwide Theatrical Marketing
President of Domestic Theatrical Distribution
President of Fox International Productions
President of International Theatrical Distribution
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Key Developments
20th Century Fox Announces Executive Changes
Jul 3 17
20th Century Fox appointed its newest vice president of worldwide digital marketing. Julien Noble has been elevated to executive vice president position after 12 years in the company. His promotion comes after a series personnel shuffles in the Fox Film Group's Research and Marketing Team. Julien has been reported to be a part of major films produced by the company such as "Deadpool", "The Martian", "Hidden Figures", and 2017's "The Logan". Before working for Fox Films, Noble worked as VP of International Digital Marketing and Publicity at Disney Studios. Contributing to films like "The Avengers", "Iron Man 3", "Frozen", "Guardians of the Galaxy", and "Cinderella." As part of the reshuffle, other personalities were also given new positions in the cinematic giant's organizational pyramid. Andrew Ferguson, who left Sony to join Fox Studios two years ago, has now been assigned as a part of the company's strategic research efforts. Ferguson was the company's then senior vice president of strategic marketing and research. Both Noble and Ferguson will work under Jonathan Helfgot, who was recently appointed as Fox's executive vice president of theatrical marketing. Some other executives also left the company as part of the shakeup. David Singh, Fox's executive vice president of creative advertising left the company after three years of service. Kevin Yoder, Fox's executive vice president of research and strategy, along with Singh is planning to leave the company after five years of service.
Twentieth Century Fox Film Names Emma Watts Vice Chairman
Feb 9 17
Twentieth Century Fox Film announced that long-time studio executive Emma Watts has been elevated to the role of Vice Chairman of TCFF and Twentieth Century Fox President of Production. Ms. Watts, who has served as President of Production for TCF since 2007, will continue to report to Ms. Snider, and her appointment is effective immediately. Emma Watts, Vice Chairman of Twentieth Century Fox Film and President of Production for Twentieth Century Fox.
Twentieth Century Fox Film Appoints Andrew Cripps as President, International Theatrical Distribution
Oct 26 16
Twentieth Century Fox Film announced the appointment of Andrew Cripps as President, International Theatrical Distribution. Cripps, who will join Fox from IMAX Corporation in January 2017, will oversee all strategic and managerial international theatrical distribution activities for the studio. He also will be involved with developing business opportunities in the foreign marketplace, including established territories as well as newer, burgeoning areas. Cripps will report to Snider and work closely with Fox’s President of Domestic Theatrical Distribution, Chris Aronson, and with Fox International Productions President, Tomas Jegeus, on local language production and distribution opportunities and to build long-term creative relationships in the Fox territories. Cripps will relocate with his family from London to Los Angeles. Cripps currently works as the President of IMAX International.
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