Entertainment One’s Mark Gordon is leaving his role as president and chief content officer of film & television, and has instead entered into a multi-year producing deal for the Canadian media company.
Steve Bertram, eOne’s president of film & television, will assume full leadership and oversight of the day-to-day management of the film and television business. He’ll work closely with Peter Micelli, chief strategy officer, film & television, and Nick Meyern, president of film.
eOne fully acquired Gordon’s production shingle, The Mark Gordon Company, in 2018. Credits of the prodco include feature films like Speed, Steve Jobs and Molly’s Game, and TV series including Quantico, Private Practice and Grey’s Anatomy.
Gordon will focus his time on developing and producing content solely for the eOne Group, which will be owned by the Group, along with heritage series from The Mark Gordon Company.
“Our shift towards content production has continued to bear fruit and position eOne for ongoing success across film and television,” said Darren Throop, chief executive officer, in a statement.