Pamela Rodi is an award-winning senior creative entertainment marketing executive with global experience and a track record successfully positioning a wide range of studio and independent feature films for U.S. and international theatrical, DVD, VOD and streaming release.
A graphic designer and published writer, Rodi was with Sony Pictures Entertainment for 11 years, initially as Senior Creative Director for home entertainment, where she spearheaded the division’s transition in print production from analog to an all-digital format. As Vice President of Worldwide Marketing for Columbia and TriStar Pictures, Rodi marketed the films from Jim Henson Productions, Children’s Television Workshop, Bad Hat Harry Productions and more, leading to eight #1 openings. As Executive Vice President of Marketing and Publicity at Myriad Pictures, Rodi re-branded the firm and elevated it to Indiewire’s Top 10 list of independent film companies. She shepherded numerous films including JC Chandor’s Oscar-nominated Margin Call through successful launches at the Berlinale, Cannes and Toronto film festivals.
Through Rodi Marketing, Rodi provides branding, writing and marketing consulting services to a broad range of clients. She was on the Board of Directors for Women In Film, the TJ Martell Foundation and the Hollywood Reporter Key Art Awards, and is an instructor and consultant for the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. Rodi has won numerous awards and commendations for her creative work.
Rodi is currently Marketing and Publicity Strategist for Sony Pictures International, where she is working on Call Me By Your Name, Baby Driver, White Boy Rick, All The Money In The World and BAFTA. Rodi is a member of AMPAS, is an Academy Gold mentee and is a member of the Foreign Language Committee.