Doctor and producer Eric Esrailian, who lives in Los Angeles, was elected a board of trustees of the Museum of the American Film Academy, the museum's press service reported.
Julia Gouw and Shira Ruderman were also elected. They will start working on 1 July. New trustees will help continue the development and success of the project.
“We are thrilled to welcome these three extraordinary leaders, who have already done so much for our community, and the industry at large,” said Ted Sarandos, Board Chair and Co-CEO of Netflix. “As members of our board, they will support and guide the Academy Museum in realizing its ambitious mission of increasing public appreciation for the arts and sciences of moviemaking and exploring the ongoing, multifaceted history of film,” he added.
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