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London – Financing and distribution group Intandem Films chief executive and founder Gary Smith is exiting the company amid a top-tier management shakeup and a change in corporate direction. Smith will be replaced at the top by former Walt Disney high-flier Robert Mitchell, who first arrived at Intandem in 2011 as a non-executive director. The company -- whose sales slate includes Jules Stewart's L.A. county jail drama K-11, actress Kristen Stewart's mother's debut, which was unveiled to buyers during the Marche du Film in Cannes last year -- will focus on its financing and sales activities. Smith

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