By Sahil Patel
Untitled Entertainment has hired former Relativity Media executive Kendall Rhodes to serve as a manager and producer within the firm’s new digital production division.
Her responsibilities will include bringing digital opportunities to the firm’s existing clientele, as well as helping Untitled’s growing roster of digital creators expand to other platforms including TV, movies, and music.
At Relativity Media, Rhodes was the SVP of digital content and programming for six years. While at the company, Rhodes led numerous influencer marketing campaigns with YouTube stars for Relativity’s films, including FPS Russia for “Act of Valor,” PrankvsPrank for “Movie 43,” Freddie Wong for “Limitless,” and “The Annoying Orange” for “Mirror Mirror.”
She also executive produced multiple web series, including “Girl’s Guide” with YouTube beauty guru Michelle Phan and “Interns” with Michael Gallagher (“Totally Sketch”) and Steve Green.
Most recently, Rhodes wrapped the digital movie “Bob Thunder: Internet Assassin,” which stars Chester See, Olga Kay, and Shane Dawson, and was written and directed by Joe Nation for FilmOn’s Alki David, Relativity Digital Studios, and Epic Level Entertainment.
Prior to Relativity, Rhodes was a film producer and co-founder of Cherry Road Films, which had a development deal with Warner Independent Pictures.