A switchup in top brass at Film Society of Lincoln Center is now complete, with Rose Kuo, who has been the org's executive director since 2010, announcing she will step down.
Her exit comes on the heels of a recent changeover in the programming leadership of the Gotham nonprofit, which presents the New York Film Festival each fall in addition to year-round screening activities. Earlier this year longtime programming director Richard Pena ankled to be replaced by two people, Dennis Lim (as director of ongoing cinematheque programming) and Kent Jones (as director of programming for the New York Film Festival).
Kuo said in a statement that the timing was right for her to transition out of her post, now that several of the major projects she helped oversee -- including the opening of the multiscreen Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center as well as the 50th annual NYFF -- have now been completed. She gave no indication of what she'll do next.
She'll consult with the Film Society board through early 2014 in order to assist with the transition.
Rose Kuo Steps Down from Leadership Post at Film Society of Lincoln Center
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