• Miriam Segal

    Miriam Segal

    Miriam is Founder and Managing Director of film production company, GOOD FILMS which she established in 2005, after 20 years of experience in theatre, film, television and radio industries. In 2011, Miriam set up her second entity, GEORGE FILMS as a development counter-part and a ‘little brother’ to GOOD FILMS. She is now in full development on 7 feature films with budgets ranging from $10 million to $40 million. Under Miriam’s lead the companies aim to emulate the US independent model, shying away from more traditional ‘British fare’.

    With a background in theatre and radio drama, Miriam joined BBC FILMS in the mid 90’s working closely with film maker John Maybury, on the award winning film LOVE IS THE DEVIL, and Pawel Pawlikowski on his film THE STRANGER. Miriam then moved into serial drama, working on SILENT WITNESS II and then produced the highly successful serial drama EASTENDERS, which under her tenureship won its first BAFTA.

    Following this, in 1998 she set up as an independent producer, bringing back to the BBC two long form drama projects: THE PASSION with Gena Mckee and Paul Nicholls and FISH staring Paul McGann.

    Miriam’s first film productions were the $20 million adaptation of C. P. Taylor’s GOOD (2008) starring Viggo Mortensen and Jason Isaacs, and the $13 million THE GREAT GHOST RESCUE (2011) directed by the highly acclaimed French director Yann Samuell.

  • Martin Rushton-Turner

    Martin Rushton-Turner

    Martin is Co-Managing Director of film production company GOOD FILMS and lead investor and Director of film development company GEORGE. Martin’s background is in the financial sector, most recently as Head of Strategic Transactions and Legacy at Swiss Re from 2001-14 including leading the division that successfully dealt with the fall-out from the financial markets melt-down. Martin is a chartered accountant, barrister and New York Attorney. Martin has a keen interest in all the complexities of the film business.

  • Paul Brennan

    Paul Brennan

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

    Paul played an integral role in the establishment and financing of GEORGE FILMS with Miriam, and later GOOD FILMS alongside Miriam and Martin, subsequently leading the production team through the acquisition and development of their ambitious slate.

    His collaboration with Miriam Segal commenced over 7 years ago, with Paul assuming an assistant producer role on Vicente Amorim’s GOOD continuing onto Yann Samuell’s THE GREAT GHOST RESCUE.

    Beginning his career a decade ago as a runner, Paul built up steady on-set experience on the Assistant Director’s team on hit franchises HARRY POTTER and the BOURNE ULTIMATUM prior to joining the GOOD FILMS team.

  • Josh Reinhold

    Josh Reinhold

    Josh Reinhold has been Head of Development for Good Films since October 2016. He was previously Vice President at Matt Alvarez Productions under Alvarez’s first-look deal with Broad Green Pictures. He executive produced and oversaw production on Charles Stone’s dance comedy Step Sisters, starring Megalyn Echikunwoke, Naturi Naughton, and Matt McGorry.

    Prior, Josh was a Creative Executive at Relativity Media. He served as the studio executive on Gina Prince-Bythewood’s Beyond the Lights, starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Nate Parker, and Luis Prieto’s Kidnap, starring Halle Berry. Josh worked in post-production on Camille Delamarre’s Brick Mansions starring Paul Walker and Richard Raymond’s Desert Dancer starring Reece Ritchie and Freida Pinto.

    Josh previously served as Co-Head of Relativity’s Story Department. He got his start working in publicity at Overture Films and Relativity Media.

  • Paula Turnbull

    Paula Turnbull

    Paula Turnbull joined Good Films as Production Executive in 2014.

     She brings a wealth of production knowledge gained through working as an Assistant Director and Production Manager on internationally acclaimed productions ranging from Pawlikowski’s My Summer of Love to Chris Nolan’s The Dark Knight and Dark Knight Rises.  Paula has practical experience in managing projects of varying size and scope and undertook her first producing venture back in 2011 on Independent Feature, Narcopolis.

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