Below the Line Bookings and Signings


Agencies find production work for their clients

Innovative Artists has booked editors Craig Herring (“Year One”) on Jared Hess’ “Masterminds” and William Yeh (“Mortal Kombat”) on WE TV’s “South of Hell”; and costume designers Genevieve Tyrrell (“House of Lies”) on season 3 of ABC’s “Mistresses,” Katia Stano (“Girl in Progress”) on Adam Wingard’s “The Woods” and Chistopher Hargadon (“Hannibal”) on Fox’s revived “The X-Files.”

Mirisch Agency has booked producer Mark Benton Johnson (“Criminal Activities”) on Amazon Studios pilot “History of Radness,” Production Designer: Kristen Adams (“Project Runway All Stars”) on James Franco’s “In Dubious Battle”) and editor Virginia Katz (“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn,” Parts 1 and 2) on Bill Condon’s “Beauty and the Beast.”

Sandra Marsh & Assoc. has booked d.p. Ousama (Ossi) Rawi (“Killing Jesus”) on the John Kent Harrison-directed telefilm “Anne of Green Gables” and costume designer Karyn Wagner (“Cake”) on WGN America’s “Underground.” Agency has signed cinematographer John Conroy (“Penny Dreadful,” pictured above).

Colorist Craig Leffel has joined Chicago-based Filmworkers for color projects. He will continue as executive producer of his creative studio Big Spoon Industries.

Audio mixer John Bolen has joined Formosa Group’s Formosa Villa commercials unit in Santa Monica. The shop occupies the former space of POP Sound.

Visual effects and design studio Artemple-Hollywood has named Richard Kidd as creative director/vfx supervisor and Scott Mccullough as live-action director/d.p.

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  1. Być może jego niska cena nie wynika z tego, że jest on gorszy, ale na przykład
    z tego, że producent nie przeznacza ogromnych sum na promocję
    i reklamę.

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