The move is part of the latest changes to executive roles taking place at WarnerMedia.
HBO Films, Cinemax and miniseries President Len Amato is exiting the WarnerMedia-owned premium cable network after 13 years.
Amato joined HBO as Senior VP of HBO Films and oversaw several original films including Behind the Candelabra, Recount, Confirmation, Fahrenheit 451, The Normal Heart, Game Change, Temple Grandin and Grey Gardens, among several others.
Prior to joining HBO, Amato was the president of Spring Creek Productions, co-founded by film industry veterans Paula Weinstein and Mark Rosenberg.
HBO Films has scaled down its originals output in favour of more acquired film content and after Cinemax exited the scripted business.
The drama programming, which includes scripted miniseries, will now be rolled under HBO Executive VP of programming Francesca Orsi.
Tara Grace, Senior VP at HBO Films, will continue to oversee the division and its acquisitions. She will report to Orsi.
Amato’s exit arrives amid a restructuring process at WarnerMedia under new CEO Jason Kilar. Earlier this month, Kilar removed WarnerMedia direct to consumer Chairman Bob Greenblatt and HBO Max content chief and President of TNT, TBS and TruTV Kevin Reilly as part of a restructuring.