David Ninh previously served as Kickstarter’s Senior Communications Specialist.
Kino Lorber announced on April 17th that David Ninh is joining the company as Director of Press and Publicity, beginning at Kino Lorber on April, 23, 2018. He will report to the company’s Senior VP Theatrical, Non-theatrical Distribution & Acquisitions Wendy Lidell and to Company CEO Richard Lorber for corporate communications.
Ninh also formerly worked at Film Society of Lincoln Center for four years on their publicity team, promoting the organization’s year-round programming, theatrical new releases and repertory programming. He worked on the organization’s world renowned film festivals including the New York Film Festival and New Directors/New Films and led press initiatives for special retrospective film series such as Fifty Years of John Waters: How Much Can You Take? and Foxy, the Complete Pam Grier.
Company CEO Richard Lorber commented “David’s varied and focused media experience fills a major gap for us, strengthening our reach across all legacy outlets and new media platforms. We expect him to assume a central role in the company in keeping with our rapid growth and digital expansion. His talents will entwine beautifully with our own DNA.”
With a library of 2,000 titles, Kino Lorber has been a leader in independent art house distribution for 35 years, releasing over 30 films per year theatrically under its Kino Lorber, Kino Classics, Zeitgeist and Alive Mind Cinema banners, including six Academy Award®-nominated films in the last eight years.