Tendo Nagenda is leaving his position as vice president of original film at Netflix, where he has worked for the past four years.

The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that September 1 will be Nagenda's final day working for the streamer.

The departure of Nagenda coincides with Netflix's efforts to organise its film division. 

 Kira Goldberg and Ori Marmur will now oversee the studio film team, which manages the streamers big-budget features, under film head Scott Stuber.

The two were promoted in 2021 to lead a team with a focus on creating and putting together big-budget movies.

While Lisa Nishimura, a seasoned Netflix executive, continues to oversee independent film, Niija Kuykendall, who joined the company in 2021, is in charge of the features team that is focused on mid-sized movies.

Nagenda worked on both high-profile blockbusters like the live-action remakes of Dumbo and Mulan as well as modestly budgeted films like Queen of Katwe before moving to Netflix in 2018.

Nagenda worked on some of Netflix's more high-profile titles during his time there, including Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods and Charlize Theron's action movie The Old Guard, which is getting a sequel there.

Tendo joined the business four years ago and contributed to the development of the studio film team that produced Hustle, The Harder They Fall, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, The Old Guard, and The Harder They Fall. 

He played a crucial role in our transition from purchasing and licensoring movies to producing our own films. We wish him nothing but success in the future," Stuber said in a statement.