San Francisco Film Society Names Noah Cowan Exec Director

By | Wednesday February 19, 2014 @ 12:12pm PST

Noah Cowan SF Film SocietyFour months after indie film veteran Ted Hope exited as head of the San Francisco Film Society after a year at the helm, Noah Cowan has been named to the post. Cowan … Read More »

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Ted Hope Takes CEO Post At Fandor, Subscription VOD Service For Indie Films

By | Wednesday January 8, 2014 @ 11:00am PST
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Ted_Hope_HeadshotBREAKING: Ted Hope, the veteran independent producer who took a sabbatical to run the San Francisco Film Society, has resurfaced in a new gig. He starts at the end of the month as CEO of Fandor, a subscription … Read More »

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Ted Hope Stepping Down As S.F. Film Society Exec Director

By | Wednesday October 9, 2013 @ 6:42pm PDT

Just over a year ago, veteran indie film producer Ted Hope left his New York City home and moved to the West Coast to succeed the late Bingham Ray as executive director of the San Francisco Film Society. Now word comes today that he will step down at the end of the year to pursue other film-related interests. SFFS says Hope will work with the staff and board to facilitate a smooth leadership transition and will join the SFFS Advisory Board to assist in guiding the Film Society into the future. The board has begun a search for a new executive director.

“When I came to San Francisco after producing so many films, it surprised some that I wanted to lead a non-profit organization,” said Hope. “Over the past 14 months I’ve come to realize that as much as I fully embrace the mission of the Film Society, my passion is more entrepreneurial. We accomplished a great deal at SFFS over the last year, and the same fantastic team that initially drew me to the Bay Area is still in place to drive the organization well into the future. Vanessa and I plan to stay in the Bay Area and I look forward to staying involved in an advisory role and collaborating with the Film Society in our film-related activities”, Hope said. Read More »

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