Windfall Films has appointed a new Managing Director, Allison Todd.

She replaces Kristina Obradovic who is leaving the Argonon-owned production company after 16 years.

Windfall has also opened a Scottish division, Windfall Scotland with Jamie Lochhead as Creative Director, and has also hired Executive Producer Dan Kendall, who will be looking after a mix of broadcast and new technology projects.

Obradovic, who made the decision to leave Windfall in September 2016, is planning to take some time out with her family before considering her next role.  She will hand over to Todd this month.

Todd was most recently Head of Production for ITN Productions. She has also worked at Maverick, Cineflix and IWC Media.

David Dugan, CEO of Windfall Films says: “We are looking forward to working with Allison. She joins us at an exciting time when we are launching Mutiny, an ambitious genre-busting new series on Channel 4. As our international business in Canada, France and the USA grows – her extensive experience in international co-production will be invaluable.”  

Obradovic said: “My time at Windfall has been an absolute pleasure and I’ve really enjoyed helping to build the company into a thriving business, but I’ve come to the very difficult decision that it’s time to move on. Windfall has been such an important and fulfilling part of my life.  I’ve loved working with the fantastic team here and I’m very proud of what we’ve achieved.  I intend to spend some time out with my family this year while I consider what my next adventure will be.”

Staff Reporter

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