Good Films Collective

Miriam Segal

Founder and Managing Director

Miriam is Founder and Lead Producer of the independent production company, Good Films, which she established in 2007. Segal came to the world of independent film with over 20 years of film and television experience, having produced multiple award-winning serial and long form dramas for BBC Films.  Her credits also include the BBC serial drama Silent Witness II and the highly-successful TV serial drama EastEnders, which, under her season-long tenure, won its first BAFTA TV honor in 1997 (she produced all 26 hours that season).  Under Miriam’s leadership, Good Films produced the 2016 true-crime thriller The Infiltrator directed by Brad Furman (Lincoln Lawyer), with whom she reunites, and starring Bryan Cranston.  The film was cited by Chicago Sun-Times critic Richard Roeper as one of the 10 Best Films of the year.

Segal has several projects in development, including People of The Book, based on the New York Times Bestselling novel by Geraldine Brooks, a Sarajevo-set war drama about religious tolerance helmed by Danis Tanovic, director of the Academy Award® winning film No Man’s Land, as well as The Postcard Killings, based on the #1 New York Times bestselling novel by James Patterson and Liza Marklund, which will be directed Academy Award® winner Danis Tanovic.

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Paul Brennan

Paul Brennan is a Producer for Good Films and is responsible for overseeing finance and corporate affairs for the companies.

Paul played an integral role in the establishment and financing of Good Films alongside Miriam, subsequently leading the production team through the acquisition and development of their ambitious slate.

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David Banks

David is a Non-Executive Director of Good Films, bringing experience with corporate governance and strategic planning as well as fundraising.

Prior to his appointment, David had a long and distinguished career in finance and general management, serving as CEO or Executive Chair…

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Paula Turnbull

Paula Turnbull is the Executive Vice President of Production at Good Films and oversees production from inception through delivery.

She joined Good Films in 2014 and brings a wealth of production knowledge gained through working as a Production Manager and Assistant Director on internationally acclaimed productions ranging from Pawlikowski’s My Summer of Love to Chris Nolan’s The Dark Knight and Dark Knight Rises.  

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Ken McBroom

Ken McBroom SVP Development and Production Ken McBroom is SVP of Development and Production at Good Films. He works closely with each project from the early stages of development through the latter stages of production. Prior to joining Good Films, Ken worked in the production department at HBO before joining the hit HBO shows Big

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Cameron Kadkhodai

Cameron Kadkhodai Senior Executive Assistant – Production, Development and Business Cameron Kadkhodai is the Senior Executive Assistant at Good Films Collective.  He has a wide range of responsibilities varying from the management of corporate affairs, providing feedback during development, and helping coordinate each stage of film production. Cameron joined our team in 2017 and plays

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Ross Tatelman

Ross Tatelman Executive Assistant Production & Development Ross Tatelman is an Executive Assistant at Good Films helping facilitate production from inception through delivery. He joined Good Films in 2018 and brings a decade of working production knowledge gained through experience as an Assistant Production Coordinator,  Location Associate, and Production Assistant.  Ross has passionately worked on

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Mikhail Buchanan

Mikhail Buchanan Executive Assistant Business Mikhail has transitioned from an early corporate career to the film industry seamlessly through grit and unmatched hustle. After working on small productions in Connecticut and Massachusetts, Mikhail packed up his family and headed West for the city of Angels, working on a Michelle Danner production shortly thereafter. Mikhail later

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