Most of the management team has quit Molinare as the Indian owners gear up for a big relaunch of the company. So, what does the future now hold for one of London’s longest standing post players? Here are the thoughts of acting CEO and md, Molinare’s COO Scott Holmgren.
“The beginning of the year has seen several changes at the top of Molinare’s management structure, with both Mark Foligno and Richard Hart choosing to pursue outside interests within the film industry. Moving the company forward will require a strong focus on not only our sales efforts but on creating efficiencies,” says Holmgren.
“This is coupled with significant expenditure that’s seen upgrades and expansion in all departments. A relaunch of a new Molinare is planned for the Spring,” he adds.
“Over the past five years Molinare has been very successful within the feature film market, but we have always had a very strong offering in TV as well. Our recent film offering has tended to overshadow the TV work, and this is something we want to rectify,” he says.
“This isn’t limited to drama either – we want to build up our portfolio of fact ent and docs, along with shortform/commercials work, produced via our internal creative agency.”