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Exclusive: Teresa Moneo replaces Bradley Quirk in the Netflix UK film role

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Exclusive: Teresa Moneo replaces Bradley Quirk in the Netflix UK film role

Source: Netflix

Teresa Moneo

Teresa Moneo, formerly director, international original film at Netflix, has taken over the UK original film remit at Netflix as part of a restructure of the London-based UK film team that has seen Bradley Quirk leave the US streamer.

In her previous role, Moneo oversaw award-winning non-English language films including JA Bayona’s Society Of The Snow and Paolo Sorrentino’s The Hand Of God,

Moneo, now director of UK film, reports to Anne Mensah, vice president of content, along with Mona Qureshi, director, UK series. The changes to the UK Film team follow the April appointment of Los Angeles-based Dan Lin, who took over from Scott Stuber as chairman of Netflix Film.

Source: Screen International

Bradley Quirk

Bradley Quirk

Quirk was hired in July 2023 to oversee Netflix’s UK film slate, working as manager, Netflix UK. His appointment was a part of a reshuffle which saw Fiona Lamptey, director of UK features, leave in May 2023. The Breakout initiative that Creative UK ran for emerging filmmakers had also been closed. It did not give the green light to any of its six projects. Ben Taylor’s


, starring James Norton and Bill Nighy, and produced by Finola dwyer’s Wildgaze Films and Amanda Posey’s Wildgaze Films will be released by Netflix UK in the near future. The film is about Louise Brown, the first baby to be born through IVF. Additionally, Tom Harper’s untitled Peaky Blinders

film, starring Cillian Murphy, goes into production later this year in the UK. Moneo, a respected director who has worked for companies such as Pathe Productions, Focus Features and Netflix, joined the company in 2019 and began working with David Kosse. Kosse left the company on September 20, 2022. Quirk was most recently a development producer for Tanya Segatchian’s Brightstar Film & TV, which is owned by John Woodward and Tanya Segatchian. He was previously at Altitude in 2014 as head creative across film, TV and digital where he managed his own slate. He executive produced the Horrible Histories

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