eOne unveils Canadian leadership

In the wake of the formal conclusion of the Alliance Films acquisition in January, eOne’s global film business head Patrice Théroux has confirmed that David Reckziegel will continue to oversee all North American Film operations.

eOne unveils Canadian leadership

As president of eOne Films North America, Reckziegel’s purview includes the combined Canadian group.

Co-presidents Bryan Gliserman and Noah Segal will oversee eOne Films Canada encompassing the former Alliance Films teams.

Patrick Roy will oversee operations in Quebec as president of Les Films Seville. He will also serve as co-president of Les Films Christal alongside Christian Larouche.

Gliserman, Segal and Roy will report to Reckziegel.

“eOne has built a strong international business from Canada and we are now even better positioned to support Canadian and Québec talent and provide more film-makers access to new markets and platforms and wider visibility both in Canada and internationally,” said Théroux.

“We’re very proud to present our Canadian and Québec leadership,” said Reckziegel. “We have put together a dream team. Bryan, Noah and Patrick connect an unparalleled network of Canadian, Québec and international film-makers and producers together with eOne.”

Reckziegel co-founded Seville Entertainment with partner John Hamilton in 1999. When eOne acquired Seville in 2007 Reckziegel assumed the dual roles of president of Les Films Séville and co-president of Entertainment One Films. In 2009 he became co-president of eOne subsidiary Les Films Christal and two years later was promoted to president of eOne Films North America.

Gliserman joined eOne Films Canada as co–president in May 2008. He previously served as president of Alliance Films division Odeon Films.

Segal previously served as evp at Alliance Films and Roy started his career at Alliance Films in 1994.

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