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Terry Curtin joins Cimarron

23 September 2008 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Terry Curtin is joining the Cimarron Group as its new president of theatrical marketing.

Curtin, who has logged stints at Universal, Disney, Fox and Revolution, most recently served as CEO/creative director at Intralink Film Graphic Design, where she contributed to such creative campaigns as "American Gangster," "The Da Vinci Code" and "Iron Man."

"Terry is an incredible talent, whose knowledge, imagination, and creativity are much admired across the industry," Robert Farina, founder of Cimarron Group, said. "Her record speaks for itself, with dozens of successful campaigns for major studios under her belt."

The move coincides with a number of other promotions within the 180-person company.

In February, Cimarron founded the Traffic Agency, an independent ad agency led by John Powers, and the new firm has won major accounts with Mitsubishi and Toyota Financial Services.

George Anderson has been named president of home entertainment, overseeing more than 50 employees in diversifying the home entertainment division. »

- By Gregg Kilday

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