The Ink Factory has made a raft of hires as its John le Carré adaptation The Night Manager is about to hit screens.
The scripted indie which adapts John le Carré’s novels for TV and film, has recruited former Cross Creek Pictures (Black Swan) and MGM exec Becky Sloviter as senior VP, development, working out of the prodco’s LA office.
Mona Qureshi and Emma Broughton have joined as co-heads of development and production in London, and Jane Frazer as head of physical production.
Yogita Puri has also come on board as head of commercial and business affairs.
Simon Cornwell and Stephen Cornwell, co-founders of The Ink Factory, and sons of writer le Carré, said: “These appointments underpin the rapid expansion of The Ink Factory, both in the US and UK. Becky, Mona, Emma, Yogita and Jane bring unique and valuable experience in their respective disciplines and will be integral as we continue to grow our company.”
AMC and BBC coproduction The Night Manager debuts on February 21 in the UK.