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Karga Seven Pictures promotes Brett Boydstun

Los Angeles- and Istanbul-based production outfit Karga Seven Pictures has elevated Brett Boydstun to executive vice president of production, effective immediately. In his new role, Boydstun (pictured) will manage the daily operations of the ...
August 28, 2018

Los Angeles- and Istanbul-based production outfit Karga Seven Pictures has elevated Brett Boydstun to executive vice president of production, effective immediately.

In his new role, Boydstun (pictured) will manage the daily operations of the Red Arrow Studios-owned company, while also overseeing all aspects of production on Karga Seven’s slate of factual, scripted and branded television series, feature films and commercials.

Boydstun joined Karga Seven Pictures in 2016 as SVP of production, working on series including JFK: DeclassifiedHunting Hitler and The Hunt for the Zodiac Killer.

Prior to Karga Seven, he spent 13 years at Pilgrim Studios in a variety of roles, including SVP of production, finance and operations.

“Brett has played an integral role in the company’s growth since joining our team in 2016,” said Karga Seven co-founder Sarah Wetherbee in a statement. “His ability to deftly navigate the various hurdles and obstacles inherent in any large production and deliver projects on time and on-budget, with first-rate staff, make him uniquely qualified to help lead us as we continue to grow our production slate.”

Karga Seven Pictures specializes in factual, scripted and branded productions, across film, television and digital platforms. Since its launch in 2008 by founding partners Wetherbee, Kelly McPherson and Emre Sahin, Karga Seven has produced more than 500 hours of programming, including the Daytime Emmy-nominated documentary special Got Your 6 (MTV), Booze Traveler (Travel Channel) and Mysteries & Myths with Megan Fox (working title; Travel Channel).

About The Author
Jillian Morgan is a special reports editor at realscreen with a background in journalism and digital marketing. She joined the publication in 2019 after serving as the assistant editor to trade publications HPAC and On-Site. With a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in Halifax, she also works as a freelance writer and fact-checker.

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