Kosse joined Netflix in 2019, and oversaw all international film production and acquisitions.
Netflix’s VP of international film David Kosse is leaving his role at the streaming service after three years.
Kosse exit comes as Netflix is making internal changes to its organisational focus in its broader European region, moving to a regionalised structure in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), in line with its setups in Asia and Latin America.
All European content, including films and TV, will now be handled by Larry Tanz, EMEA Content Lead, who is based in Amsterdam.
The international film team will now be led by Teresa Moneo, who will report to Netflix’s head of global film Scott Stuber.
Kosse, who joined the company in March of 2019, oversaw the streamer’s film production and acquisitions with a particular focus on local-language films that would resonate globally.
Four films from his international film team’s slate premiered at the fall film festivals this month: All Quiet on the Western Front and Athena at the Venice Film Festival, The Swimmers at Toronto, and The Wonder at Telluride and Toronto.